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Scottish bill defeated
Scottish bill defeated
In a free vote at Holyrood, MSPs have thrown out the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill at Stage One by 82 votes to 36, in a clear repudiation of the principles of the Bill
Support ebbs ahead of bill debate
Support ebbs ahead of bill debate
Care Not Killing's campaign against the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill has been prominent in the news ahead of debate in Holyrood. Popular support is faltering, more than 15,000 have supported CNK's petition and opposition among MSPs is strong
WATCH: 'Real Compassion'
WATCH: 'Real Compassion'
Care Not Killing considers the challenge before MSPs ahead of their 27 May debate and vote on the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill.
Harvie Bill: what others say
Harvie Bill: what others say
A selection of extracts from submissions to the Health and Sport Committee, which has led scrutiny of the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill
Holyrood bill committee reports
Holyrood bill committee reports
The report by the Health and Sport Committee, which is leading scrutiny of the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill, makes clear that this deeply flawed proposal must be rejected by MSPs at the earliest opportunity

personal stories

Defying the endgame
Defying the endgame
'The boy who once had 24 hours to live was defying the odds' - thanks to an inspiring visitor

Death With Dignity?
Death With Dignity?
'living through a similar situation in all its grim reality has convinced me that assisted suicide is not the answer'

When the call comes
When the call comes
Author Charles Lambert on putting his life on hold for a year to care for his dying mother

LIS sufferer graduates
LIS sufferer graduates
Various media outlets have carried the story of Dawn Faizey Webster, who has completed a degree and written an autobiography since developing locked-in syndrome more than ten years ago

'The law protected me'
'The law protected me'
Lucinda Hardy writes in support of her home state of Montana's current laws, which protect disabled people - like her.

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