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There is something wrong about the item reading "23 October - Suffragettes disrupt the State Opening of Parliament"—it must be either the date or the event. The first session of the 28th Parliament of the United Kingdom opened on 13 February 1906 (State Opening on 19 February) and was prorogued (closed) on 21 December of the same year. There was no State Opening on 23 October, but merely a return from recess; indeed, the only State Opening in the 20th century to take place on that date was in 1996. Waltham, The Duke of 13:41, 28 September 2012 (UTC)