It is a treasonable offense to make any suggestions that the Monarchy were in any way involved in the death of Princess Diana.

  • Lewis

    There are no offenses which carry the death penalty in the UK

  • BluePotato

    every comedian in the UK should be getting the death penalty

  • Staaah


  • Monkeyface

    suspicious much?

  • Mojo

    They still have the death penalty in the UK, but only for treason.

  • jade

    I’d have killed MYSELF to get away from that family.

  • Emily

    THE ENGLISH MONARCHY WAS INVOLVED IN THE DEATH OF PRINCESS DIANA! (Is someone going to arrest me for treason now?)

  • darthedge

    too late off to the guillotine i go

  • darthedge

    they boil you in a giant cup tea or beat you to death with two old pastries

  • Bob The Dinosaur

    xDD But…They were. >.>

  • Andrew

    In England we have something called “Freedom of Speech”
    And Treason does NOT carry the Death Penalty. England does not have the death penalty.

  • Olls

    Actually… England does have the death penalty, however it does not use corporal punishment anymore. Therefore, the death penalty is generally enacted by keeping someone imprisoned for the rest of their natural life (as opposed to a life sentence which is a specific number of years)

  • Andy J

    On 10 October 2003, effective from 1 February 2004,[22] the UK acceded to the 13th Protocol of the European Human Rights Act, which prohibits the death penalty under all circumstances

  • Andy J

    A bit more research, The main definition of Treason dates back in England to 1351. To quote

    The original law said: “When a Man doth compass or imagine the Death of our Lord the King, or of our Lady his Queen or of their eldest Son and Heir; or if a Man do violate the King’s Companion, or the King’s eldest Daughter unmarried, or the Wife the King’s eldest Son and Heir; or if a Man do levy War against our Lord the King in his Realm, or be adherent to the King’s Enemies in his Realm, giving to them Aid and Comfort in the Realm.”

    So basically making comments that the Monarchy were responsible for Diana’s death would never have been treason.