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Topic: assisted suicide

Why Belgium’s vote for child euthanasia should horrify us all

Belgium’s chilly detachment from the sick and dependent is widening

We need a new religious order to care for the dying

It strikes me that the push for euthanasia in this country is driven by a cadre of influential atheists with a fear of death

Nuncio urges bishops: fight Lord Falconer’s assisted suicide Bill

The Bill, to be introduced in the Commons in January, is the sixth attempt to legalise assisted suicide in a decade

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‘We could be seeing a return to eugenics’

Madeleine Teahan meets Baroness Hollins, the insightful psychiatrist, opponent of assisted suicide and mother of Abigail Witchalls

Euthanasia is a war to the death between a religious and atheistic vision of society

Suffering has a worth and purpose in the Christian faith

How one woman came to see that ‘not being a burden’ is a horrible trick of the mind

How one woman overcame suffering and disability to embrace life

Lord Falconer’s safeguards will not make assisted suicide any safer

His commission ignores the evidence from Oregon and puts all its faith in the idea of a long-standing family doctor

The relentless drive towards euthanasia

We must resist the drive towards assisted suicide in the name of ‘compassion’

‘Dr Death’ comes to Britain with a message of despair

No amount of reassuring chat can disguise his advice that we should keep deadly drugs in our sock drawer