The most serious revolt faced by Medieval England took place in June 1381, known as the Peasant Revolt. The system of violent punishment for the offenders was a tight warning for the peasants to stay aloof from any sort of trouble making. Armies from Kent and Essex captured the castle and killed the treasurer of the King and Archbishop of Canterbury. The anger of the peasants was mainly because of the reasons such as they were forced to work on the land of rich people, without being compensated so that they could support their families, secondly the cost of the war with France was mainly financed by the taxes paid by the peasant, and the final reason was that aftermath of black death. After which, a number of manors were facing shortage of workers and they encouraged peasants to work for them on low wage, so after 35 years of Black death, peasant feared that now the manors would not need them anymore and they would be deprived of the current benefits, so they were prepared to fight and were supported by Priest from Kent named John Ball, who has been hanged and the revolt was finally ended. (Chris T., 2006) .