A shocking case shows that assisted suicide is about more than alleviating suffering.
Using the language of freedom to justify on-demand death is Orwellian and dangerous.
If assisted dying is a medical treatment, then all are entitled to it – including convicted murderers.
Assisted suicide is morally abhorrent – even when it is understandable.
Accepting a mentally ill prisoner's request to be executed shows up the madness of Belgium's euthanasia laws.
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The similarities between assisted dying and the death penalty are striking.
Legalising assisted suicide would allow officialdom to override poorly individuals' moral autonomy.
Belgium’s extension of the ‘right to die’ to terminally ill children reveals the slippery slope of legalising assisted dying.
The reality of assisted suicide bears little relation to the image promoted by its supporters.