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Euthanasia Briefing - 8th December 2005 - euthanasia briefing 8 December 2005

The new Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill (Joffe Bill) Lord Joffe's new Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill had its first reading (announcement of publication but no debate) in the Lords on 9 November. This is...
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'Don't be deceived by Lord Joffe's revised assisted dying bill', says CMF (08/11/2005)

On the eve of the first reading of Lord Joffe's revised bill on assisted dying in the House of Lords, the Christian Medical Fellowship, which represents 5,000 UK doctors, has...
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Euthanasia Briefing - 21st October 2005 - euthanasia briefing 21 October 2005

Britain is teetering on the brink of legalising physician-assisted suicide (PAS) and possibly also euthanasia as the result of a powerful campaign by pro-euthanasia factions to change the opinion of the public, media, politicians and (perhaps most significantly) doctors. ...
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'Promote Palliative Care; don't be deceived by Assisted Dying option', says CMF Scotland (10/10/2005)

On the day of an important debate in the House of Lords, the Christian Medical Fellowship, which represents 5,000 UK doctors, has issued a warning to both parliaments and the...
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‘Don’t be deceived by assisted suicide option’, says CMF (09/10/2005)

On the eve of an important debate in the House of Lords, the Christian Medical Fellowship, which represents 5,000 UK doctors, has issued a warning to parliament and the public...
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Faith leaders group together to oppose euthanasia bill

6th October 2005: Nine faith leaders have grouped together to oppose the legalisation of assisted dying in the UK. The letter, sent to all the members of the House of Lords, includes the signatures of: Bimal Krishna das, General Secretary, National Council...
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Criminalising Christian behaviour - legally enforced political correctness (triple helix - autumn 2005)

The first involves Lord Joffe's Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill (p4), which requires doctors who are not willing to authorise euthanasia to refer to other doctors who are; a move most Christian doctors would view as complicity in intentional killing. The second involves the Racial and Religious Hatred...

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Legalising euthanasia (CMF news - autumn 2005)

The long-awaited debate on the House of Lords’ Select Committee report on Lord Joffe’s Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill took place on 10 October. In all 74 peers took part in a debate that started at 3pm and finished just before midnight. Speakers were evenly divided for and...

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Euthanasia Briefing – 28th September 2005 - euthanasia briefing 28 September 2005

A review of the position of parliament, the medical profession and the churches on euthanasia - The Assisted Dying Bill The debate on the House of Lords' Select Committee report on Lord Joffe's Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill...
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CMF applauds RCGP decision against euthanasia and calls on BMA to reconsider its neutral position (22/09/2005)

The UK’s largest association of Christian doctors has today applauded the Royal College of General Practitioners’ (RCGP) decision to oppose euthanasia legislation and called on the BMA to reconsider its...
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