In pictures: MPs wear suffragette tributes in Commons

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Labour's Stella Creasy wore a "daughter of Pankhurst" jumper in tribute to suffragette leader Emmeline.
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And Lib Dem deputy leader Jo Swinson sported a Votes for Women sash.
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Women and Equalities Minister - and Home Secretary - Amber Rudd opened the debate.
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It was to mark the centenary of the law that gave women the right to vote for the first time and plenty of MPs, like Yvette Cooper, sported rosettes in suffragette colours - purple, white and green.
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Speaker John Bercow chaired the debate and joined in with the tributes.
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The SNP's Alison Thewliss wore badges from an artwork celebrating individuals involved with the campaign for women's votes.
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Former Equalities Minister Justine Greening told any girl watching the debate to "go for it".
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Her Tory colleague Helen Whately said her daughter had asked "can men become MPs too?"
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Harriet Harman was met with cheers as she was introduced as the "mother of the House".
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Labour's Liz Kendall said "the fight for equality never ends" and called for more rights for female carers.
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There were some skirmishes between the two sides of the Commons, and Labour's Angela Eagle told MPs said it was "not the day for being party political".
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Green MP Caroline Lucas said it was "time to go further" and change the UK's voting system. Amber Rudd disagreed.
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Earlier Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wore suffragette colours alongside his NHS badge.