A terminally ill motor neurone disease sufferer has vowed to continue his legal fight against the “blanket ban” on assisted dying after High Court judges rejected his case.
A terminally ill motor neurone disease sufferer’s bid to bring a fresh legal challenge against the “blanket ban” on assisted dying has been rejected by High Court judges.
An 80-year-old woman who was last week acquitted of murdering her dying husband after a failed suicide pact says she would “do it all again” if she had her time over.
The family of a pensioner who was cleared of the “mercy killing” murder of her terminally-ill husband have called for a change in the law on assisted dying.
Dignity in Dying: Pearl grabbed chance at a good life with both hands… now she’s hoping politicians can allow her a good death
When Pearl Cameron had a heart transplant 23 years ago, she was given a second chance at life.