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House of Lords Debate on 'Assisted Dying'

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The Earl of Glasgow asks whether the Government intends "to legislate to provide terminally ill patients with the legal right to decide when, where and how they should die, if necessary with the assistance of others"

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In a debate in the House of Lords on 5 December 2013, Peers debated the Earl of Glasgow's question on whether the Government intends "to legislate to provide terminally ill patients with the legal right to decide when, where and how they should die, if necessary with the assistance of others".