UK assisted dying bill: the case against
A number of Lords declared that the bill was dangerous.
UK assisted dying bill: the case for
Excerpts from passionate speeches by some members of the Britain's upper house of Parliament.
Lord Falconer’s assisted suicide bill under attack
Criticism of Lord Falconer’s assisted suicide bill is mounting as the proposed legislation returns to the House of Lords. Public figures are arguing that it would put elderly citizens at risk and may escalate to a Netherlands-style euthanasia epidemic.
Supreme Court withholds judgement on assisted suicide as human right
Britain’s Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by campaigners to have assisted suicide pronounced a human right. The appeal was made by the family of Tony Nicklinson, an assisted suicide advocate who died in 2013.
HFEA finds mitochondrial transfer ‘not unsafe’
The peak UK IVF regulatory body has published its findings on the controversial new procedure known as mitochondrial replacement therapy.
Is the UK too quick on the draw about 3-parent babies?
Two American bioethicists have questioned the haste with which the United Kingdom is seeking to legalise mitochondrial transfer
UK abortion doctors may consult via Skype
Doctors in the UK will be able to give an opinion by Skype or telephone on whether a woman is eligible for a government-funded abortion, according to a clarification from the Department of Health.
Stillborn babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals
Aborted and miscarried babies were used as heating fuel in green waste reduction programmes, according to a Channel 4 investigation
Assisted suicide is too dangerous in times of economic crisis, says disabled UK peer
Moves to legalise assisted suicide in Britain are a threat to the disabled during a time of economic hardship, says Baroness Campbell of Surbiton, a disabled peer.
UK to press ahead with 3-parent IVF babies
Chief Medical Officer announces the launch of a consultation.
UK doctors continue to oppose assisted suicide
After an extensive consultation of its members the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in the UK will continue to oppose assisted suicide and euthanasia.
UK releases report on animals in research
The government has refused to cap the number of experiments, but affirms its commitment to welfare.
British judge criticizes euthanasia law reform
One of the most respected authorities on end-of-life law in Britain has warned politicians not to legalise assisted suicide.
Visiting Italian woman forced to have C-section in UK
Shocking details surfaced this week of an Italian woman who had her baby forcibly delivered whilst visiting the UK
Retiring head of UK fertility watchdog warns of IVF pain
The retiring head of the UK's fertility watchdog has painted a bleak picture of the world of IVF in a column in the BBC
Politicians denounce three-parent embryos as “eugenic”
Opponents of the UK’s plans to legalise “three-parent embryos” have not given up.
UK bioethicists promoting a second wave of eugenics
Eugenics is alive and well in British academia.
British prosecutor declines to lay charges for sex-selective abortions
England's Crown Prosecution Service has decided not to bring to trial doctors who agreed to do illegal sex-selective abortions.
UK wife and son arrested for arranging visit to Dignitas clinic for husband
A 65-year-old woman from Chichester and her 25-year-old son were arrested recently on suspicion of arranging a trip to Zurich for the woman’s 71-year-old husband.
Falconer assisted suicide bill is unsafe, say British Lords
A British group called Living and Dying Well, composed mostly of members of the House of Lords has produced a stern rebuttal of claims that assisted suicide is safe.
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