Constance Maud was at the heart of the British campaign for women's votes. Her novel No Surrender was published in 1911 at the height of that struggle and used as a persuasive tool by suffragists. Her hero Jenny is a small but fierce Lancashire textile mill worker who puts principle before everything. No Surrender is sometimes funny, sometimes violent, but always exciting and authentic. In this faithful graphic adaptation, creators Scarlett and Sophie Rickard craft a compelling fiction that paints a comprehensive picture of social, political, economic, and cultural life in early 20th-century Britain that is still acutely relevant today.