Laws on assisted dying must change, widow says


Ann Whaley, the widow who faced a police investigation for accompanying her terminally ill husband to Dignitas, has told MPs “compassion is not a crime” as she bids to change laws on assisted dying. Justice Secretary David Gauke, who has revealed he is “in favour” of relaxing laws, has agreed to meet Ann next month.

Daily Mirror, Page: 13

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