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Topic: euthanasia

Sydney bishop says at Oxford University: let’s not kill off elderly to cut costs

In a lecture Bishop Anthony Fisher says cost-cutting may lead to a compromise on basic moral principles

The number of ‘do not resuscitate’ (DNR) notices being imposed without consultation is now a national scandal. What will the BMA do about it?

It’s time for a few doctors to be prosecuted or struck off

‘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

A BMJ editorial is now saying that our law should pay less attention to the sanctity of human life, and that lives not worth living should be ended: what’s going on?

It’s also saying that brain-damaged and demented people just cost too much: what’s happened to medical ethics?

Ethicist says keeping people alive wastes money

A professor has suggested in the BMJ that hydrating and feeding dementia patients ‘skews’ resources

The pro-life movement needs to be divided if it is to win battles in Parliament

We need one lobby group to fight for the unborn child and another to oppose assisted suicide

Why the chattering classes are keeping life-ending pills close to hand

If you don’t believe in eternal life it’s hard to find meaning in the indignities of old age

Is the Liverpool Care Pathway badly maligned?

Claim that thousands of patients are being killed appears sensational

The BBC’s relentless bias over euthanasia

The BAFTA for Terry Pratchett’s documentary is just the latest example of the Beeb’s stance

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