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Flat White

Euthanasia: definitions matter

4 September 2017

6:03 PM

4 September 2017

6:03 PM

The worldwide movement to enshrine legislation to enable certain people to die prematurely either at their own hands, with medical support, or directly, by the actions of a doctor, is nothing if not a chameleon. 

There was a time when the language in the various and repeated debates was quite clear.

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