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16:58 UK time, Thursday, 6 December 2012

Even if the hoaxers did commit treason, they couldn't be put to death for it. Capital punishment in the UK was finally abolished for treason and piracy with violence by the Crime and Disorder Act, 1998.
David Richerby, Liverpool, UK

I'm not surprised that the Sun doesn't know that the death penalty for treason was ended in 1998 but I am shocked and appalled that Paper Monitor doesn't know enough to laugh at their mistake. What is the Magazine coming to?
Rosie, Cambridge, UK

Er, were we all asleep in thisone?
Jez, London

"Jailing Criminals : who decides how long sentence should be?" Did anybody else think full stops?
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

Catherine (Wednesday's letters) surely you mean "fixing"?
Eric, Bristol

Rolfing is a form of massage... and I should know!
Steve Rolfe, Sheffield

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