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The Dignity in Dying blog has opted for assisted suicide after apparently suffering unbearably

Peter Saunders | 08 August 2011
The Uk's Dignity in Dying blog has opted for assisted suicide after apparently suffering unbearably from a terminal condition.

London Times errs in backing assisted suicide

Peter Saunders | 02 June 2011
The Times newspaper has this week devoted two whole pages and an editorial to the pro-assisted suicide cause just as Dignity in Dying (formerly the Voluntary Euthanasia Society) is launching its latest propaganda barrage on parliament with the mailing of a new booklet to all MPs and Peers.

TV soaps and real life quadriplegics

Peter Saunders | 19 May 2011
The problem with television dramas is that they make rare events appear common and so distort public opinion on key issues. It's true of death from heart attacks. And it's true of suicide after paralysis.

UK high school kids taught about assisted suicide

Paul Russell | 17 April 2011
Revelations this week that a UK company that produces educational videos for school children has included in its production vision of Dr. Nitschke’s ‘death machine’, explanations on how it works and footage from his workshops explaining his other suicide methods has shocked even pro-euthanasia advocates in the UK.
 

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