How Pitcairn made history on votes for women | Brief letters

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Votes for women | Obtaining the pill | Henry Moore sculpture | Asma Jahangir | Ballet reviews | Evolution

In 2013 Pitcairn islanders celebrated 175 years of women’s right to vote (Letters, 10 February). Pitcairn may be small and remote but the islanders are justifiably proud of this contribution to world history.
Liz Timms
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland

• In 1972, I wasn’t able to have an evening appointment at my local family planning clinic for the pill as I wasn’t married (Letters, 6 February).
Gill Fletcher
Sheffield

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