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THE PANKHURST BREACH.

GHRISTABEL INTERVIEWED

LONDON, February 7

Sylvia PankhursVs branch., of the Women's Political Union has become independent, and has been re-named the East End Federation. \

The newspaper.; "Suffragette " declares that her supporters are chiefly Socialists. ■'

Christabel Pankhurst, interviewed in Paris, said she did not intend to return" to' England. Her mother did not think of abandoning the Women's Political Union, Sylvia's differences therefore had made it necessary for Sylv'a to organise an independent association.

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THE PANKHURST BREACH., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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THE PANKHURST BREACH. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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