Sunday, October 23, 2011

UK: A Fairly Balanced Piece On Issues

Here's a fairly balanced piece on some current issues in the UK, especially the pro-death Falconer Commission.
Euthanasia: Should people be allowed the right to choose to die?
Recent reforms of laws regulating assisted suicide in some European countries are pro-euthanasia and professional bodies have expressed support for relaxing the criteria for permitting assisted suicide.
The Guardian reports that a commission was established in England to consider reforms on the law of assisted suicide. The commission, headed by Lord Falconer, was established following the publication of new assisted suicide prosecution guidelines in February 2010. Opponents of Euthanasia have complained that the new guidelines favor any one who assists another in committing suicide. more

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