Speech By Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson to Isle of Man House of Keys

This week the Isle of Man had a question posed to their parliament asking whether they should discuss Assisted Dying Legislation.    This week has been focused on Euthanasia and Assisted Dying. As a response to the Isle of Man question, I was privileged to be able to attend a meeting at Tynwald where Members of the House of Keys would be given the chance to hear from 2 expert speakers on the subject; David Randall (a Doctor of Renal Medicine at the Royal London Hospital) and Baroness Tani Grey-Thompson who as a paralympian and wheel chair user has a unique perspective on this… Read more »

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Life – A trusted charity

The Charity sector is now higher on the agenda than ever before. It is playing an increasingly important role across society – from campaigning and giving people a voice, through to designing and delivering better public services. At the same time, there is growing recognition that the sector needs to better demonstrate how valuable it… Read more »

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Living Life

“What did you want to be when you left school?”  A question I was often asked during my twenty years as a Chaplain in an all boys’ Catholic High School in Liverpool.  I often used to retort with, “I don’t know, I haven’t left school yet!”  Two weeks ago, however, I felt like I was… Read more »

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