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The progressive case for ‘dignity in dying’

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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When even Nick Griffin looks down on UKIP’s Dr. Death, Farage knows he’s in trouble

Even Nick Griffin has criticised UKIP candidate Geoffrey Clark’s extreme views on euthanasia for the elderly and forced abortions for disabled babies.

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