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Noel Conway initially lost his case last month to bring about a judicial review of the law

Our task is difficult but urgent: to show that people who are old and ill nevertheless have value

The case will be examined by Dutch prosecutors to see if a crime has been committed

Gorsuch is good news for religious and social conservatives – and for those who value the separation of powers

The letter offers a ‘pastoral reflection’ on the challenges the assisted dying law poses to the Canadian Church

The number of euthanasia deaths in Switzerland rose by a third last year

The Archbishop of New York says seriously ill people require doctors who are ‘fully commited’ to their welfare

National and state-level votes suggest the hierarchy may be losing touch with its people

Anti-euthanasia campaigners believe assisted suicide is likely being underreported

Colorado will allow doctors to prescribe lethal substances to the terminally ill