On 24 May 1911, salaries are introduced for MPs.
The militant suffragette, Emily Davison hides in a cupboard in Parliament's St. Mary Undercroft Chapel - during the night of the 1911 census, depicted here as the envelope. She does so in order that she can record her address as the 'Houses of Parliament' to express political balance with men.
The suffragettes are getting more violent in their campaign. Fires are started, acid is poured on grass, slogans are painted on walls and windows are smashed.