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Academy of Medical Sciences

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Assisted dying: still controversial
Lords stop attempt to legalise assisted dying

By staff The House of Lords has rejected a move to legalise Brits taking their loved ones overseas for assisted suicide. The measure, which was fitted in as an amendment to the coroners and justice bill, was defeated in a free vote by 194 to 141. It was proposed by Lord Falconer, former Labour… Read more »

Peers are discussing proposals by Lord Falconer
Assisted dying debated by Lords

By Liz Stephens The House of Lords is currently debating the coroners and justice bill as prominent members seek to amend the Suicide Act of 1961. Peers are discussing proposals by Lord Falconer calling for an end to the threat of prosecution for those helping terminally ill friends and relatives to travel abroad to die…. Read more »