Alice Wheeldon campaigners hold Royal Courts of Justice vigil

Relatives of a suffragette jailed for plotting to poison a prime minister have held a vigil outside the Royal Courts of Justice as part of their campaign to clear her name.

Alice Wheeldon was convicted 100 years ago, on 11 March 1917, of planning to kill Lloyd George as she opposed World War One.

Two of her great-granddaughters came from Australia for the vigil.

One has cancer and says she

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