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The statute of labourers in 1351 passed at the end of the Black Death to stop the peasants taking advantage of the shortage of workers and demanding more money.
Ok . But first can we talk about the wages
Hurry up. Work faster you lazy man.
In Essex a tax collector tried, for the third time in four years, to levy a Poll Tax. The war against France was going badly, it was the governments 'last straw'.
The king has demanded for a poll tax. Everyone has to pay
But this is the third in 4 years!
Some peasants entered the Tower itself. Whilst in the Tower, some rebels took the Archbishop of Canterbury. They then dragged him onto Tower Hill and executed him.
On 15 June, the 14-year-old king, Richard II, met the rebels' leader Wat Tyler. William Walworth, the Lord Mayor of London, attacked and killed Tyler.Richard stepped forward and promised to abolish serfdom.
You never listen to what we say
If you go home I will promise to abolish serfdom
The peasants went home, but later government troops toured the villages hanging men who had taken part in the Revolt.
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