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A number of offences are treasonous.
 
A number of offences are treasonous.
  
Thinks like slotting the [[Prime Minister]] ''(although to be honest, slotting the current PM would get you a national round of applause and a [[knighthood]])'', broaching the wife of the King or future King and selling state secrets.
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Things like slotting the [[Prime Minister]] ''(although to be honest, slotting the current PM would get you a national round of applause and a [[knighthood]])'', broaching the wife of the King or future King and selling state secrets.
  
It used to be one of the few thing you could still get the death penalty for in the [[UK]], along with Arson in a Naval Dockyard and Piracy. Sadly, not any longer, which is bound to be a relief to [[Michael John Smith|traitors]] everywhere.
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It used to be one of the few things you could still get the death penalty for in the [[UK]], along with Arson in a Naval Dockyard and Piracy. Sadly, not any longer, which is bound to be a relief to [[Michael John Smith|traitors]] everywhere.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:00, 7 June 2009

A number of offences are treasonous.

Things like slotting the Prime Minister (although to be honest, slotting the current PM would get you a national round of applause and a knighthood), broaching the wife of the King or future King and selling state secrets.

It used to be one of the few things you could still get the death penalty for in the UK, along with Arson in a Naval Dockyard and Piracy. Sadly, not any longer, which is bound to be a relief to traitors everywhere.

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