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For one, an explanation similar to Hoopers’ followed the prosecution’s plea for pity – a deceased husband, recent birth of a child, uncertainty about her husband’s parish, and absence of friends or support. Outcomes differed: Hooper summarily convicted, this woman’s pleas granted mercy. 0005 44 Women and Magna Carta Women were asked their marital status. Pleading marital coercion if her husband was present meant a married woman escaped conviction. However, this was not the sole or compelling reason for asking.
Apart from the contradiction, judges failed to acknowledge that instances of women voting would come to a court’s attention only if an election result was disputed because, as in Olive v. Ingram (1738), a disgruntled loser challenged his successful rival contending women’s votes ‘tainted’ the rival’s majority. As for ‘man’ including ‘woman’ in the Representation of the People Act, Bovill said this did not apply. An earlier Act of Parliament could not bind a later Act, and although there is ‘no doubt that, in many statutes, “men” may be properly held to include women ...
International trafficking in babies born of ‘poor’ women in ‘poor’ countries infects Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Canada and the UK. 41 In Canada, a website advertises surrogacy contracts costing up to $CAN60,000–76,500 without indicating the ‘surrogates’ source, and for ‘an American donor’ up to $CAN176,500. 42 All Australian jurisdictions make commercial surrogacy illegal, yet as of June 2013, the Family Court entertained sixteen applications for parental rights of children born commercially in the US (two cases), South Africa (one), Thailand (eight) and India (five).