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House of Lords debate on patient choice at the end of life.

Lord Dubs asks the House to “take note of the case for patient choice at the end of life ....

House of Lords debate on ‘Assisted Dying’.

The Earl of Glasgow asks whether the Government intends “to legislate to provide terminally ....

Right-to-die Bill a ‘blank cheque’ for assisted suicide, say senior judges.

Lord Falconer’s proposal would threaten public safety, Peers warn The Daily Telegraph ....

Claims that the law is not fit for purpose do not stand up to serious scrutiny, say Peers.

Lord Falconer’s ‘assisted dying’ bill is “asking Parliament to sign a ....

‘Assisted Dying’ and the law.

An analysis of the Suicide Act 1961 and of how it works in practice. In a report published today, ....

Legalised assisted suicide a “chilling prospect” for disabled people, says Tanni Grey-Thompson.

Legalising ‘assisted dying’ would reinforce prejudices against people with ....

“An issue which goes to the heart of medicine”.

The RCGP is holding a consultation on ‘assisted dying’ which closes on 9 October. The ....

“No decision about me without me”.

Professor Finlay urges GPs to participate in the RCGP’s consultation on ‘assisted& ....

A Fine Line

There is a fine line between increasing certainty in the minds of potential law-breakers as to the ....

Dutch Regional Euthanasia Review Committees: 2012 Annual Report.

Official annual report on the practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide in The Netherlands in ....

Mental capacity and assisted suicide.

To what extent can mental capacity be reliably assessed in patients seeking physician-assisted ....

More care, less pathway.

A Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway Early in 2013 Norman Lamb MP, Minister of State for Care ....

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