Terminally ill Jerseyman planning Dignitas death urges States Members to change cruel assisted dying law
A terminally ill Jerseyman who is planning to travel to Dignitas for an assisted death has written an open letter to States Members urging them to change the law.
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Open letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Healthcare professionals have written to the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP about significant developments in the assisted dying debate
Arranging my assisted death
A posthumous letter by Alison Woodeson, written as she planned her assisted death in Switzerland. Alison died on 26 September 2019.
Why the BMA should adopt a neutral position on assisted dying
The British Medical Association (BMA) has now launched its survey asking doctors for their opinions on assisted dying.
Dying people are taking their own lives here and abroad.— Dignity in Dying (@dignityindying) May 16, 2021
The current law offers them no protection or support. pic.twitter.com/DAXWPHFjwu
Powerful letter from Rabbi Dr Romain & Lord Carey— Dignity in Dying (@dignityindying) May 16, 2021
We hope the growing number of jurisdictions that have crafted assisted dying laws for their own citizens will reassure our own politicians that assisted dying is the right choice and the safest choice for people in the UK. pic.twitter.com/gfgHm3hoJC