Is our current law on assisted suicide working effectively? How well are assisted suicide and euthanasia laws working other countries? Are the safeguards enshrined in law, enough to protect the vulnerable?
Baroness Meacher’s Assisted Dying Bill: Analysis of the Second Reading Debate
Truths and Half Truths about Assisted Dying
Assisted Dying and The Law
Safeguards – What Safeguards?
Parliament or the Courts?
Lord Sumption on assisted suicide: What did he really say?
Worcestershire man with MND does not support a change in the law.
A Welcome Judgment by the Court of Appeal.
No decision about me without me.
True cost? or true facts?
High Court Judgment in the case of Mr Noel Conway.
Appeal Against Assisted Suicide Law Rejected
Court rejects challenge to legal prohibition of assisted suicide.
No legal basis for normalising suicide.
The Assisted Dying No. 2 Bill
Assisted Dying No.2 Bill.
Parliament should not license assistance with suicide – it is neither necessary nor safe to do so.
Should Parliament license assistance with suicide?
Rob Marris MP’s Assisted Dying No.2 Bill.
Scotland rejects assisted suicide for a second time.
Scottish Parliament rejects assisted suicide bill.
Scotland Assisted Suicide Bill contains significant flaws, says committee
Welsh Assembly rejects support for Lord Falconer’s Bill.
Royal College of Physicians reaffirms opposition to assisted suicide.
‘A Hidden Problem’: Research that raises more questions than it answers.
Assisted Dying Bill Committee Stage 7November 2014.
The Crown Prosecution Service provides a clarification
Assisted Dying Bill ‘unsatisfactory’, says legal think-tank.
An assisted dying law would change the moral landscape.
House of Lords debates assisted suicide guidelines.
An ‘Assisted Dying’ law would be no more than “a line in the sand”.
Right-to-die Bill a ‘blank cheque’ for assisted suicide, say senior judges.
Claims that the law is not fit for purpose do not stand up to serious scrutiny, say Peers.
‘Assisted Dying’ and the law.
A Fine Line
Another ‘assisted dying’ bill: Careful analysis needed.
Assisted Dying Bill 2013-14.
A licence for suicide by any other name.
Sound law-making requires clear language.
Suicide isn’t a criminal offence but that doesn’t mean it’s a ‘right’.
Marie Fleming – The Supreme Court’s judgment.
This is not what the debate is about.
Court of Appeal issues judgment on ‘right-to-die’ cases.
Paralysed man joins right-to-die battle.
Peer makes new bid to change law on assisted dying.
Woman with MS loses fight to legalise assisted suicide in Ireland.
‘Assisted Dying’: The law.
A law with a stern face but an understanding heart.
DPP’s policy for prosecutors in respect of encourating or assisting suicide.
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