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The Lamb and The Lioness

Uncovering the secret history of the women who ended the death penalty in modern Britain.

Ruth Ellis and Violet Van Der Elst — Wikipedia

Two women who never met each other had a huge part to play in the abolition of the death penalty. Both from humble beginnings, their lives, their loves and their losses have been largely overlooked by history. But what…




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