Dictated but signed. He points out the difficulty of dealing with the militant women who first objected to being treated like criminals now object to being fed. It surely cannot be right that prisoners should be allowed to dictate the amount and nature of their punishment. He would be glad to know what in his opinion ought to be done.
Lord Robert Cecil to Mr AJ Billinghurst
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