Accepting principles and safeguards in the right-to-die debate

JOHN Deighan views the movement supporting assisted suicide as undermining the “protections of the right to life for all members of society”. It seems to me that an ever-increasing number of people in this country while, rather obviously, supporting the right to life, simply want to complement that right with, under certain circumstances, the right to die. The two are not mutually exclusive, writes Jim White in The Herald

 

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