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The promising career of Lt Kat Astley, a Cambridge University graduate, is in doubt after it was disclosed she had a liaison with Staff Sgt Jez Clark, the second-in-command of her platoon. Both are married.

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As a sociology and political science graduate from Queen's College, Cambridge, a rowing blue and a star of the BBC's Gun and Roses documentary, which followed the lives of women officer cadets at Sandhurst military academy, a good career seemed assured.

The Ministry of Defence said the case was being treated as an administrative offence and not a disciplinary one. And women students didn't get the right to attend lectures until the s. An Army source said: "This sort of action would wreak havoc on the discipline in the platoon and leave the officer open to ridicule. But the push for women to become graduates, backed by a public petition, qomen not accepted.

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He is an NCO who ed as a private and certainly couldn't be described as handsome. What's most shocking, perhaps, is that it's all so relatively recent - with women not allowed to graduate from Cambridge on equal terms until The "Rising Tide" exhibition shows the level of resistance, including violence, against women wanting to study at Cambridge with equal Cambridgee to men.

Only a handful of subjects were taught and the only people permitted to graduate were woen members of the Church of England - and Dr Griffin says much of the university was essentially an "Anglican seminary". Do they have the intellectual power to be here?

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If the allegations are proved, she will be in breach of the Armed Forces code of social conduct and the Army Act, section 69, under which her actions would be "unbecoming an officer and a gentleman". But Lt Astley, 24, was allegedly found with Sgt Clark in her quarters while they were meant to be preparing orders for a military exercise on Salisbury Plain, Wilts. But she says this was only the beginning for women wanting to get an "education on the same terms as men".

Can they absorb information in the same way of lectures and essays? Radical change If Cambridge was slow to allow women to graduate, it had been a pioneer in admitting them to university, and the exhibition marks the th anniversary of women being able to study at the university's Girton College.

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Sgt Clark could face being demoted to the rank of private. Both are married.

She had begun her friendship with Sgt Clark, 33, who is married to a corporal, while serving with 14 Regiment Royal als in Brawdy, Wales, where she led a platoon of 30 men. It wasn't until the s that women could take the same exams as men, says fellow curator and historian, Ben Griffin.

Lt Astley is alleged to have continued the relationship after marrying John Edwards, a vet of Haverfordwest, Wales, earlier this year. Her marriage is now said to be over.

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But in the end it was the women who put a rocket up Cambridge, rather than the other Fuck my wife United Kingdom round. The promising career of Lt Kat Astley, a Cambridge University graduate, is in doubt after it was disclosed she had a liaison with Staff Sgt Jez Clark, the second-in-command of her platoon. How women students put a rocket up Cambridge By Sean Coughlan BBC News family and education correspondent Published 9 October image Cambrjdge University Library image captionA penny rocket firework thrown at women campaigning in to be able to graduate from Cambridge University Women's long struggle to gain fair access to university is commemorated in an exhibition opening next week at the University of Cambridge library.

A court martial was "unlikely, but possible".

A colleague said: "She is a affiar blonde officer with an upper-class background. It meant that as well as women, all other religious denominations and everyone who didn't have the funding to pay for university was excluded, which meant the vast majority of the population.

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This initial admission of women to the university was seen as extremely radical and controversial. For teenagers currently filling in their university applications, it would be hard to imagine that within living memory at Cambridge there was such blunt discrimination.

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