1012 King Aethelred the unready of England paid Danegeld

England
King Aethelred the unready of England paid 17,900 kg of silver Danegeld to Viking raiders.
Archbishop Ælfheah of Canterbury(St.Alphege) was killed on 19 April 1012 he was held hostage. But refused to  allow the people in Canterbury to pay a ransom for him on the grounds that they were already too poor, the Vikings beat him to death at a drunken feast.
The 7 English kingdoms


Scotland
King Máel Coluim mac Cináeda of Alba defeated a Danish viking army at Cruden Bay in Buchan.
Wales
Earl Eadric Streona of Mercia led an English attack against the Church of St. David at Menevia.