For centuries, the law has tried to make the punishment fit the crime. It has struggled to deal with the death penalty. From time to time the due process of law has been impotent to act, challenged by natural justice, or made the tool of tyranny.
From a pickpocket prostitute to a she-wolf, from domestic abuse to the trade in human corpses, all will be exposed as we visit the sites within the City of London where the law has tried to grasp the slippery serpent of crime.
Please meet me outside Exit 1 (NOT the Cathedral exit), St Paul’s Underground Station: look out for my blue 'Footprints of London' hi-vis waistcoat. The tour finishes near Barbican Underground Station.
Concessions apply to students, the unwaged, those aged 65 and over, and children aged 6-15 (who MUST be accompanied by a paying adult); children 5 and under go free with a paying adult.
The tour will go ahead regardless of the weather (unless there is an extreme weather warning). Please dress appropriately.
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