The right to die campaigner said MPs are “scared” to give those in chronic pain access to assisted suicide.
Dr Peter Saunders, the Campaign Director at Care Not Killing, has said that Parliament are concerned changes to the law on assisted suicide would allow for “pressure” on “vulnerable people to end their lives”.
Sarah Wootton, the Chief Executive of Dignity in Dying has said that “100 million people worldwide” have access to assisted dying after a terminally-ill man has lost a legal battle over his right to die.
The former lecturer, who was given a terminal diagnosis of motor neurone disease, will now be able to fight the law preventing him from dying on his own terms
Conway, who was given a terminal diagnosis of motor neurone disease, is to hear the end of his legal challenge at the High Court
Laura Nicklinson, the daughter of a man who died after losing his assisted dying appeal, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the issue after another terminally-ill man appeals to the High Court.
Sam Dick, from pressure group Dignity in Dying, says it is unfair that loved ones feel 'like criminals' for helping to end suffering