Why were women not allowed to vote?
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Women were not regarded fully as citizens in England at this time, and thus, were not allowed to vote or take part in politics. Limited rights to vote were granted to women in England in 1918. Stipulations were strictly adhered to, meaning women had to be over the age of thirty, own their home (or be married to a householder), or pay an annual rent of at least £5.