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100 Places - Power, Protest & Progress

England has witnessed the struggle for suffrage, the suppression of strikes, the development of houses of power, and the application of the scales of justice. Which buildings house the institutions that are most important to our history? Which places have witnessed the civil movements, and moments of social upheaval and mobility, that have made the country what it is today?

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We think everybody should know about the places that have witnessed some of England's most important historic events. Tell us about a place you think needs to be in our list of 100 Places.

Our expert judge for this category, historian and writer David Olusoga, will be choosing his top ten from your nominations. Watch this space or subscribe to our podcast (by searching for '100 Places' on your podcast player) to find out his choices.

Nominations in the Power, Protest & Progress category close on 29 March 2018.

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