Crime and Punishment Causes

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Vagrancy
Wandering from place to place without a settled job
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Heresy
Beliefs which went against the teachings of the church
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Treason
Plotting against the monarchy and/or government
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Labour-intensive
Industries that need a lot of work
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Rookery
Overcrowed slum housing occupied by poor people and often by criminals and prostitutes
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Luddism
The beliefs of textile workers who opposed the introduction of machines in new factories and took part in riots to smash up the machinery
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Tithe
A tax paid by farmers of one-tenth of their produce/income
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Mass Production
The manufacture of goods on a large scale using a standardised mechanical process
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Breathalyser
Machine that tests blood alcohol levels in a motorist's breath.
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Road rage
Anger or violence between drivers, often caused by difficult driving conditions
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Joyriding
Stealing a vehicle and driving fast and dangerously for fun
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Car-jacking
Stealing someone's car,while they are in it, by using physical force or threats
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MOT
A compulsory annual test for all road vehicles over three years
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Cybercrime
Crime or illegal activity through the internet
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Terrorist
Someone who uses violent action, or threats of violent action, for political purposes
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IRA
The Irish Republican Army
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Beliefs which went against the teachings of the church

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Heresy

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Plotting against the monarchy and/or government

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Card 4

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Industries that need a lot of work

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Card 5

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Overcrowed slum housing occupied by poor people and often by criminals and prostitutes

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