Tag Archives: Michael Irwin

A British hero

For those lucky enough to be able to afford the thousands of pounds required for an assisted suicide at Dignitas, Switzerland, there remains one extra hurdle that is sometimes difficult to surmount: a travelling companion who will accompany you and … Continue reading

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The Channel 4 euthanasia debate 17th-23rd January

4thought.tv is a mini-series by Channel 4 Television, a platform both for scepticism and devout religious belief. It aims to be a space for sharing your thoughts on beliefs and ethics. This coming week highlights euthanasia and openly invites your … Continue reading

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Assisted suicide law broken. No prosecution. Innocent.

Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), has today said that although there is sufficient evidence to prosecute two men in England involved in an assisted suicide, it would not be in the public’s interest and no further action … Continue reading

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