Saturday, June 28, 2014

Andrew Copson discussing the assisted dying ruling, on BBC News

A majority of judges in the Supreme Court has dismissed the appeals of Jane Nicklinson, widow of Tony Nicklinson, and Paul Lamb. The appeals were seeking a ruling by the Court that current English law, which prevents assisted dying for the terminally ill or incurably suffering, is incompatible with the right to dignity and a private life.

See full details here: Assisted dying appeals supported by the BHA dismissed by Supreme Court, Parliament urged to review law

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