Put simply, no. Put more forthrightly, absolutely not.
If you agree with me, please sign Martin Shapland's e-petition at the HM Government e-petitions website. It can be found here at http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/1090.
It has currently been signed by over 12,500 people as opposed to the contrary e-petition which has been started by Paul Staines (the infamous right-wing on-line commentator Guido Fawkes) which has currently attracted just over 6,800 signatures.
This is an issue of principle. I believe passionately in my view on this matter and it's important that in this on-line battle that those of us who do not agree with the death penalty make our voice loud and clear.
You may agree with me and you may not. That's fine because that's democracy. But if you agree with my sentiments, please sign the petition.