'A statue commemorating the life of the suffragist, Millicent Fawcett, has been unveiled opposite Parliament.
She campaigned for women's right to vote during the early 20th Century and is seen as one of the most influential feminists of the past 100 years.
Prime Minister Theresa May paid tribute to the "truly great" campaigner's "lasting impact" after it was unveiled.
The bronze casting, by the artist Gillian Wearing, is the first statue of a woman erected in Parliament Square.'
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