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As the country marks 100 years of women having the vote, a never-seen-before telegram that slams a suffragette as a "brutal lunatic" has emerged.
Queen Alexandra, the Queen Mother, wrote the damning sentiment about Emily Davison two days after the Epsom Derby, when she was knocked down and killed by the King's horse.
Barbara Gorna, a film-maker, writer and women's rights campaigner, bought the telegram over 20 years ago after the family of jockey Herbert Jones put it up for auction.
But she has never put it on public display so it has only been seen by a handful of people.