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The Assisted Dying Bill will be debated on 11 September. An overwhelming majority of the public supports the Bill but does your MP know that?

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14 Aug

I’ve got some news for you…

Bob had been a committed campaigner for 18 months, ever since he returned from Dignitas after accompanying his wife Ann there in February 2014, after she was di...

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14 Aug

Bob Cole has an assisted death at Dignitas

Dignity in Dying has been informed that Bob Cole had an assisted death at Dignitas in Switzerland this afternoon. Our thoughts are with his friends and family....

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14 Aug

First Briton publically speaks outs from Dignitas and calls on MPs to support assisted dying law

Bob Cole, who has terminal lung cancer, is expected to have an assisted death at Dignitas later today   One Briton travels to Dignitas every fortnight and...

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13 Aug

Palliative care professionals who want MPs to change the law on assisted dying

A message to MPs from two palliative care professionals – Ms Gay Lee, Registered Nurse specialising in palliative care, and Dr Richard Scheffer, Retired C...

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