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January 27, 2022
Justin Doherty says an amendment has been tabled to the Health and Care Bill that may at last persuade the NHS to be more sensitive to parents’ wishes
October 01, 2021
The spectre of so-called “assisted dying” is rearing its head again, as the British Medical Association controversially changes its stance to “neutral” and Baroness Meacher’s private member’s bill is soon to have its second reading. The sad case of Alta Fixsler, a brain-damaged Hasidic Jewish girl, reveals not only that euthanasia without consent is already
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