In pics - Thousands of women take part in the Suffragette Walk

Thousands of women took part in the Suffragette Walk through Edinburgh’s city centre.

The Suffragette walk is to signify 100 years since women got the vote. Other walks in London, Belfast and Cardiff also took place.

 

 

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