Richard Selley calls for legalisation of assisted dying, on day he is due to die at Dignitas
Terminally ill Scot Richard Selley sends final plea to Parliamentarians to legalise assisted dying, on the day he is due to die at Dignitas.
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Dignity in Dying Scotland welcome introduction of new Assisted Dying Bill in Scottish Parliament
New polling shows overwhelming support for Scottish Parliament to reconsider laws on assisted dying
A new poll has revealed overwhelming support among Scots for the Scottish Parliament to reconsider the law on assisted dying.
The Times Scotland: Assisted dying can complement palliative care
Richard Selley has written in The Times’s Thunderer column about reactions to his plan to end his life at Dignitas in Switzerland. Richard is in the final stages of motor neurone disease
Listen to the true experts on death and dying – terminally ill people
Our Chief Executive responds to The Economist’s recent series of articles, ‘the case for and against assisted dying’
A good assisted death can be a gift from God
I have come to realise that there are strong theological reasons to support a change in the law to allow people control over their death
"Losing my daughter was awful, but watching her suffer and die without dignity was just horrendous,”— Dignity in Dying (@dignityindying) September 19, 2021