COMMENTARYUK Rejects Changes to Law on Euthanasia, Again

By Paul Coleman Posted on: | 18 September 2012

There are several legal issues that never seem to go away, and the law surrounding assisted suicide and euthanasia is one of them, at least in the UK, where the controversial issue has reared its head on an annual basis for well over a decade.

The recent sad case of Tony Nichlinson and another person known only as Martin—a case that sought to allow voluntary euthanasia to become a possible defense to murder—is simply the latest in a long line of attempts to liberalize the law.

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Paul Coleman

Executive Director of ADF International

Paul Coleman serves as executive director of ADF International from its headquarters in Vienna, overseeing the advocacy and operations of the global, alliance-building legal organization.

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