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By the 18th Century Hanging became a common punishment for major crimes, but after a while monarchies started hanging for a person doing something they didn't like even if it wasn't a crime
As a form of capital punishment, hanging was introduced to Britain by the Germanic Anglo-Saxon tribes as early as the fifth century.
The eighteenth century also saw the start of the movement for the abolition of the death penalty. In 1770 [the British Politician] William Meredith, suggested ‘more proportionate punishments’ for crimes.
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