Assisted Dying: Lords Private Member’s Bill Second Reading due 22 October 2021
First debate on prospective legislation in Westminster for six years
News and press releases
The way we die is still trapped in the ‘60s
Sixty years ago today, on the 3rd of August 1961, assisted dying was officially banned across England and Wales under the Suicide Act.
A letter to Matt Hancock
Rebecca Drury has written to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care about her experience living wiwth and desire to see the law change.
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
NEW: Scots to have their say on how we die as Public Consultation on Assisted Dying Bill launches today.— Dignity in Dying (@dignityindying) September 23, 2021
“I’m calling on everyone who believes that dying people and their loved ones deserve better to get involved and share their view" - @allythomson01 https://t.co/TkAwuDdyi6