Euthanasia: we can live without it
We shouldn’t be fooled by the term ‘assisted dying’. This is assisted suicide. So let’s call it what it actually is. It’s about people having help to kill themselves.
Hard cases, it has frequently been observed, are apt to introduce bad law.
The president of the Royal College of General Practitioners in the UK, Iona Heath, has taken a strong stand against the legalisation of assisted suicide.
Where to now for assisted suicide in Britain?
A shocking case shows that assisted suicide is about more than alleviating suffering.
"In the current social context in which this debate is taking place, the case to change our current law has not been made."
Fewer than one in five doctors would be willing to help patients end their lives, according to a new poll.
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