Westminster has debated the issue of of ‘assisted dying’ and how current laws might be improved to offer relief to those in certain cases.
The Conservative MP Nick Boles put forward the question in the chambers after having personally experienced the bout of two cancers and the death of his own father.
The MP who co-chairs the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Choice at the End of Life, was formerly against euthanasia but now believes that assisted death laws need to be changed.
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