We support assisted dying campaign

January 29, 2014

My Life, My Death, My Choice is the campaign to support the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill, which is currently being considered by the Scottish Parliament.

The campaign, supported by the HSS and by Friends At The End (FATE) believes people must be able to make their own choices about their life and death.The website allows members of the public to understand the arguments for assisted suicide, to contact the leaders of Scotland’s main political parties as well as their MSPs, sign a petition, register for campaign news, follow on twitter, read case studies and even share their own stories.

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