Assisted dying debate - we hear from a doctor who specialises in palliative care

Aug 20, 2015, 09:00 AM

A group of bishops, priests and rabbis have given their support for plans to change the law to allow assisted dying in the UK for the first time. In a letter to The Daily Telegraph, they say helping terminally ill people to die should be viewed simply as enabling them to "gracefully hand back" their lives to God. John is a palliative care doctor who contacted Stephen.