Emily W Davison, the cupboard & the census

SNP MP Hannah Bardell calls for respect to be shown to the Emily Wilding Davison memorial installed by the late Tony Benn MP.  

On the night of the 1911 UK Census, Emily Wilding Davison hid in a cupboard in a service area of the House of Commons so that she could record her address as the 'House of Commons'.

Emily was the suffragette who died in June 1913, a few days after being trampled by the King's horse at the Epsom Derby.

Tony Benn placed a memorial plaque on the cupboard used by Emily and the significance of the cupboard and memorial seems to be disregarded.