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A 24-year old woman with Down’s syndrome is preparing to take the UK Government to court over the current abortion laws, under which it is legal to abort up to birth in…
On Thursday, at the Communities Committee of the Northern Ireland Assembly, the Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey MLA indicated in response to a question from Sinead Ennis MLA there is “no doubt” Northern…
The Canadian Government have tabled a Bill which, if passed, would expand the country’s assisted suicide laws to people without a terminal illness.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) today announced it will remain officially opposed to all forms of assisted suicide and euthanasia.
The Government has published its initial response to the public consultation on its Online Harms White Paper and have revealed that they are ‘minded to appoint Ofcom as the new regulator’.
A new reportpublished ahead of the Human Rights Council meeting has drawn attention to the fears of disabled persons if assisted suicide or euthanasia is legalised. The report of the Special Rapporteur…
It has been revealed that over the last 2 years in Northern Ireland, 71 children and young people have been and are still receiving support from the Independent Guardians service.
The Gambling Commission is preparing to put limits on the amount people can gamble online, according to a story in the Financial Times.
A group of more than 40 Conservative MPs have called on Boris Johnson to put families at the heart of policy making.