Normalising euthanasia can be dangerous

Normalising euthanasia can be dangerous

Author:  François Trufin, sourced from MercatorNet A Belgian nurse explains some of his experiences Euthanasia: Searching for the Full Story: Experiences and Insights of Belgian Doctors and Nurses would be a bargain at any price, but it is free to...
Podcast: Assisted Dying and The Law

Podcast: Assisted Dying and The Law

This week, Living and Dying Well released their latest podcast in which Robert Preston unpacks how, and why, the current law on ‘assisted dying’...
What is the difference between assisted suicide and assisted dying?

What is the difference between assisted suicide and assisted dying?

Sourced from: CARE Assisted Suicide is where someone helps another person to end their own life. It is illegal in the UK under the Suicide Act 1961 section 2, which states that a person: “who aids, abets, counsels or procures the suicide of another, or an attempt by...
Why should we keep the current law?

Why should we keep the current law?

Sourced from: CARE What about personal choice?  The pro-euthanasia and assisted suicide lobby emphasise the importance of personal choice and autonomy. Shouldn’t patients have the right to end their lives? Dignity in Dying patron, Sir Patrick Stewart has argued...
A New Book

A New Book

A new book has been published which anyone who is interested in understanding the subject of ‘assisted dying’ – rather than just trading slogans about it – would be well advised to read.  The authors are two people (Baroness Ilora Finlay...