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Dr Peter Saunders explains how allowing assisted suicide would pressurise vulnerable people

Dr Peter Saunders speaks to BBC Radio Three Counties about the issue of assisted suicide.

He says: "This issue has been to Parliament 11 times in the last 11 years. British Parliaments have looked at the issue of whether they should change the law and have decided not to...

"They were concerned that if you change the law you end up putting pressure on vulnerable people to end their lives'... out of fear of being a burden."

29/03/2017
2m 59s

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