Campaigners protest outside High Court against assisted dying

Jul 17, 2017 by

by Tola Mbakwe, Premier:

Two disability rights campaigners have shown their opposition to a terminally-ill man’s legal battle to end his life when he wants.

Noel Conway has motor neurone disease and has been given around nine months to live. When he has less than six months left, he wants to be able to end his life.

He started his fight at the High Court to change the law on assisted dying on the morning of Monday 17th July.

Conway, who is supported by Dignity in Dying, has already been to the Court of Appeal to win the right for what he calls his “fight for choice at the end of life” to proceed.

He said: “I am more determined than ever to continue.

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Read also: The Conway Case – a change in the law to allow assisted suicide is dangerous and unnecessary by Peter Saunders, CMF

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