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Licensed to Kill? // The story thus far

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On Saturday 3 November 2018, CMF hosted 'Licensed to Kill? A conference on end of life issues.'

In this presentation, Dr Peter Saunders looks at the past and current threats to the existing laws on this issue in Britain.
Duration: 51 mins

Licensed to Kill? // What does the Bible say?

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On Saturday 3 November 2018, CMF hosted 'Licensed to Kill? A conference on end of life issues.'

In this presentation, Dr Peter Saunders examines the Christian case against medical killing.
Duration: 35 mins

Licensed to Kill // 25 years of successful resistance

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On Saturday 3 November 2018, CMF hosted 'Licensed to Kill? A conference on end of life issues.'

In this presentation, Dr Peter Saunders recounts some of the lessons learnt from debating these issues in the public square.
Duration: 42 mins

Licensed to Kill? // Lessons from history and abroad

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On Saturday 3 November 2018, CMF hosted 'Licensed to Kill? A conference on end of life issues.'

In this presentation, Dr Peter Saunders discusses some of the issues encountered in jurisdictions where euthanasia and assisted suicide have been adopted.
Duration: 34 mins

Licensed to Kill? // The arguments

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On Saturday 3 November 2018, CMF hosted 'Licensed to Kill? A conference on end of life issues.'

In this presentation, Dr Peter Saunders looks at which lines of argument work best.
Duration: 32 mins

Philippa Taylor discusses Pause on BBC Radio Berkshire

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Philippa Taylor talks to Sarah Walker on BBC Radio Berkshire about the work of Pause, a charity that offers an 18 month programme to vulnerable women that requires them to take a LARC.

Broadcast by BBC Radio Berkshire on October 9 2017.
Duration: 6 mins - Download (right click & 'save ... as')

Fatal distraction (triple helix - Christmas 2009)

At a resumed inquest in October, the Coroner ruled that doctors at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital had acted correctly in not giving any lifesaving treatment to 26 year old Kerrie Wooltorton when she was admitted in 2007 having suicidally ingested antifreeze. (1) It appears that she had done...

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cmf file 29 (2005) - autonomy - who chooses? ()

For many people the right to do what they wish with their bodies, for whatever reason, is paramount. Autonomy is central to arguments used in favour of physician-assisted suicide (PAS). Such bids for self-determination are also found in debates around abortion and reproductive ethics, and are the driving force behind...

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Four reasons derived from respect for autonomy why euthanasia should not be legalised:

1) Following the patient's autonomy impacts that of the doctor It is self evident that where a patient's autonomy is followed to the extent of their receiving a prescription for lethal medication or being put to death at the end...
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A Right to Die (nucleus - spring 1994)

'It's my right' has become a rallying cry in this century, relating to almost any matter from human rights to the right to a holiday. Some very basic rights in the area of life and death are being claimed. A person's right to life itself is one with which we...

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