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In the Sunday Times this week, more than 50 doctors signed a letter opposing calls for assisted suicide to be legalised across the UK.
In a Thunderer column for The Times, former Justice Minister David Gauke made a number of claims about changing attitudes towards assisted suicide. He said the time was ripe for a review…
People in England will still be allowed to travel abroad for an assisted suicide, the Health Secretary said today.
In the latest CAREcast, Naomi interviewed CARE's Head of Communications, James Mildred on why he's still opposed to assisted suicide and euthanasia. With pressure growing to change the law across the UK,…
A few years ago, our Chief Executive Nola Leach lost her husband of nearly 50 years after a two year struggle with Alzheimer's.
Campaigners for assisted suicide will launch a fresh attempt to change the law in Scotland after the next Holyrood elections, according to media reports.
Where assisted suicide is legal, it makes vulnerable people feel like a burden. CARE works to uphold laws that protect those people, and to assist them to live—not to commit suicide.Find out more about the cause