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End of life

At Christian Concern we believe in life, not death. There is currently sustained pressure by a minority of vocal campaigners to weaken the law on assisted suicide and change public opinion on assisted suicide and euthanasia. This would be to the detriment of the whole of society, especially the disabled and terminally ill. People who are suffering at the end of their lives need to be shown compassion and given better palliative care. At Christian Concern we vigorously defend the law relating to euthanasia and assisted suicide to ensure that the vulnerable are protected.

Articles

  • January 16th, 2019
    The Royal College of Physicians has decided to adopt a neutral position on changing laws on assisted dying – without consulting its members. Tim Dieppe discusses how this change in position seems unconstitutional, and why the law should not change. He concludes that the strong laws this country has are needed to protect the vulnerable.
  • September 24th, 2018
    As we celebrate ten years of Christian Concern, we're looking back and giving thanks for just some of what God has enabled us to do together to champion the issue of life.
  • August 17th, 2018
    The British Medical Association recently published guidelines that allow doctors to end the lives of patients suffering from dementia and other degenerative diseases - if they are unable to feed themselves. Families’ opinions will not have as much power as they used to, giving doctors the final call. Regan King comments.
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