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Topic: Lord Falconer

This is what we must do to avoid looking cruel in the assisted suicide debate

What I learned from talking to passers-by outside Parliament as peers debated the Assisted Dying Bill

The blinded photographer, assisted suicide and ‘the sin against life’

A photographer’s haunting memoir sheds new light on the Assisted Dying Bill

Parliament debates assisted suicide Bill – as it happened

Follow our live blog for regular updates on today’s debate

Assisted suicide is not really about compassion: it’s all about money

We’re running out of cash to care for a rising number of elderly people. That is why we are talking about ‘assisted dying’

Baroness Hollins: ‘Assisted Dying Bill a threat to the mentally ill’

Lord Falconer’s proposed change to the law will be debated next week

The Explainer: Is Britain about to legalise assisted suicide?

A guide to the harder-to-grasp aspects of Catholic news stories

Supporters of assisted suicide have an empathy gap when it comes to the weak and unsure

Physician-assisted suicide is a law that suits the strong and determined

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

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