assisted dying

‘This issue is too important for party politics, and I had hoped to see a greater consensus amongst the Island’s parliamentary candidates,’ Bob Seely said

The letter offers a ‘pastoral reflection’ on the challenges the assisted dying law poses to the Canadian Church

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Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto has called on compatriots to write to politicians and ask them to ‘protect the vulnerable’

Gov Jerry Brown has not indicated whether he will sign the bill that would legalise assisted suicide in the state

Parliament is unlikely to debate another Bill on the issue for years to come

Nearly 80 doctors have written to the Daily Telegraph to express their concerns ahead of House of Commons debate

The Anscombe Bioethics Centre says opinion polls have dominated the debate too much

Another disturbing report from the Low Countries shows where state-sanctioned killing leads

The latest book from the Catholic Truth Society on euthanasia is very well-timed