The Suffragette campaign, Una Duval, imprisoned

Una Duval was imprisoned in 1909 after getting into a scuffle with a police officer during the campaign for women’s votes. In this discussion with interviewer John Ellison, Mrs Duval is introduced to Arthur Barrett, a photographer whose unusual methods enabled him to take a celebrated photo of the suffragette movement’s leading figures, Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst, her daughter Christabel Pankhurst and Mrs Flora Drummond.