“Living Heritage. Parliament and Ireland. Third Home Rule Bill”. www. parliament.uk.
Ulster Unionist Council
23 January 1911
The Ulster Women's Unionist Council was established to oppose Irish Home Rule and campaign for the continuing union of Ireland with Britain.
11 April 1912
Asquith brought forward the Liberal party 's third Home Rule Bill for Ireland (since 1886) in return for election support from John Redmond of the Irish Party .
The Ulster Unionist Council led by Edward Carson announced that a provisional Ulster government would enfranchise women.