Assisted suicide debate at UCL

John Smeaton has an important post today: University debate exposed the euthanasia lobby's duplicity. He reports on the debate that was held on Monday evening at University College, London on the motion "That this House would legalise assisted dying."

Speaking in favour were Sarah Wootton, head of "Dignity in Dying" (the even more euphemistic new name for the former "Voluntary Euthanasia Society") and Dr Simon Kenwright, a gastroenterologist.

Speaking against were Anthony Ozimic of SPUC, and Dr Peter Saunders, Director of the Care Not Killing Alliance.

It is worth reading John's post in full to see the way in which the euthanasia advocates will disguise their policies, and the excellent information which Anthony has to hand as a seasoned campaigner on these issues.

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