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The Guardian: 'Right thing to do': Guernsey begins assisted dying debate

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https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/may/16/right-thing-to-do-guernsey-begins-assisted-dying-debate

The chief minister of Guernsey has called for some terminally-ill people to be given access to assisted dying as he opened a debate that could pave the way for euthanasia being legalised on the island.

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