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Assisted suicide should be legalised for terminally ill people, according to the Commission on Assisted Dying, chaired and funded by advocates of legalising assisted dying. No doubt a commission set up by opponents would come to a contrary conclusion. Some will applaud the strict conditions proposed, others fear that such measures would in time lead to euthanasia on a wider scale.
Believers in the sanctity of life might be somewhat confused by the Church of England's latest communications update.
I see that the Bible Society's thinktank Theos have found that 60 per cent of people they surveyed back making euthanasia legal with 59 per cent agreeing that more public money should be given to enab