The Workers Get "F"-ed
The English Parliament has ordered stocks be set up in every town to punish and humiliate the laborers who refuse to comply with wage and price fixing. As a further measure, the letter "F" will be branded onto the forehead of every violator. The "F" probably stands for "fugitive" since the labor laws forbid the workers from moving to economically better areas where they might get a better wage or be able to farm a more productive plot of land. 
100 Years' War: Black Monday
Is a brigand an honorable man in the Middle Ages? The Countess of Kent thinks so and has been trying to attract such a young knight by plying him with gifts and encouragement as he takes castles across the French countryside and sells them back to their owners. King Edward III of England has been doing the same thing in Burgundy but now the King turns north to take Paris yet he decides to negotiate a truce instead when a sudden hailstorm brings more damage and death to his forces in 30 minutes than an entire battle would. This is interpreted as a warning from Heaven. They call it "Black Monday" and along with reports of a French raid along the English coast the King of England decides to negotiate for yet another truce.  
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- Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim. (Barbara Tuchman, bio). A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century. Ballantine, 1979. p. 121. (BOOK) quote="In 1360 imprisonment replaced fines as the penalty and fugitive laborers were declared outlaws. If caught, they were to be branded on the forehead with F for 'fugitive' (or possibly for 'falsity')"
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