BBC Radio 4-Seriously 06 02 2018-Sylvia Pankhurst, Honorary Ethiopian Unofficial Show Notes

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2018 marks 100 years since the first time British women were given the right to vote. Rhianna Dhillon introduces Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst, the famous leaders of the Suffragettes. Dr Pankhurst is a senior advisor to CARE International in Ethiopia and the UK. We learn how Dr Helen's grandmother, Sylvia became an honorary Ethiopian due to her fight for human rights in Ethiopia during Mussolini's 1930s invasion of the country.

Something You Should Know Ep 145 Unofficial Show Notes

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Our host, Mike Carruthers, explains how thieves can access your debit/credit card details by going through your rubbish. Other important documents can leave you exposed to identity theft and should be shredded before being thrown into the rubbish such as medical prescription receipts, CVs and even pet records. Your pet record could be a giveaway to your online passwords making it easy for online hackers to log in to your social media accounts or even worse, your online banking details.