Euthanasia and assisted suicide

Prolife book review: By Their Fruits

    I remember when I first learned that abortion laws in Britain, America and elsewhere were pushed by eugenicists. It was a turning point for me because it showed how being prolife is more than opposition to abortion, euthanasia or human embryo abuse. Being prolife is about believing in certain universal principles of justice… Read more »

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Assisted Suicide would mean death for this country and its most vulnerable members

Baroness Meacher is on the move again.   The peer, who is also Chair of the organisation ‘Dignity in Dying’, recently put forward the parliamentary question: “To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have any plans to legalise assisted dying for terminally ill capacitous adults, with appropriate safeguards.”     The succinct reply included the… Read more »

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Hope given to woman with MS: but could we give hope to many more?

“I felt a little light go on inside me, a glimmer of hope. Something just clicked in me.” This week, the Bournemouth Echo told the story of Sarah Waters who, since being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2010, saw her health rapidly deteriorate to the point that she felt that she had no other option… Read more »

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