Rarely seen photos go on show in UK for the first time

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Rarely seen photos go on show in UK for the first time

Rarely seen images captured by the suffragette Norah Smyth, more than 100 years ago - have gone on show in the UK for the very first time.

The pictures were used for campaigns, and show children living in poverty, and Sylvia Pankhurst recovering from a hunger strike.

The exhibition marks the centenary of women winning the right to vote.

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