'Startling' new PDOC guidance Severely brain-damaged patients are commonly misdiagnosed, often aware and may well recover, says authoritative new report
Supreme Court on CANH: CNK media The issue of withdrawing food and fluids from brain damaged patients is complex and little understood - Care Not Killing was on hand to outline concerns with the Supreme Court's ruling on a busy media day
Supreme Court rules on CANH Care Not Killing responds to disappointing ruling that the Supreme Court wants to remove important safeguard from brain-damaged patients
'Suicidal': a throwaway word? Efforts to distinguish between terminally ill and non-terminally ill people when it comes to suicidal tendencies are at best meaningless and at worst offensive
Supreme Court CANH ruling and me Nikki Kenward, who lived with the MND-like symptoms of Guillain-Barre Syndrome, writes: 'this is not civilization but barbarity... We need more legal restraints, not fewer.'
A granddaughter reflects 'As someone who has seen the ugliness of a slow demise, I reject the notion that dignity can be measured by the level of pain or the speed in which the individual dies'
'Surprised to wake up' A man from Inverness, living with MS, put off his plans to have an assisted suicide in Switzerland when he was made aware of support available
On her husband's assisted suicide Debbie Binner says 'Campaigners for assisted dying underestimate how terrible it is for those of us left behind... I didn't care what state he was or might be in, he was my husband'
MPs' speeches: personal stories MPs make clear that the issues surrounding end of life care and decisions are as real for them as for all, with moving and often passionate contributions from all sides of the House