The Assisted Dying Bill requires that the intention to die has been formed “without coercion or duress”. How is a GP to know that?
By Lord Carey Lord Bates's criticism on this site of my recent article in the Daily Mail is well worth addressing because we both value frank exchanges of views – perhaps one of the greatest benefits of living in a democracy. Let me begin by looking at the word ‘persecution’ which is a loaded one […]
It is a vital piece of legislation which, crucially, has drawn widespread support from a diverse range of people and organisations.