Assisted dying is not just about patient rights at the end of life but about how society as a whole approaches death and dying, and Lord Falconer’s Bill does not champion rampant individualism but rather it challenges paternalism and the imposition of unshared principles. It is a progressive cause of our time, and an issue that will affect us all. It is time for change.
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Even Nick Griffin has criticised UKIP candidate Geoffrey Clark’s extreme views on euthanasia for the elderly and forced abortions for disabled babies.