Say No to the End of Life Choice Bill

 

This Bill proposes to legalise ‘assisted dying’ – one of many euphemisms for euthanasia and assisted suicide by lethal drugs.

Parliament’s Justice Committee received a record 39,000+ written submissions on this Bill – the most Parliament has received on any issue to date. About 90% of submissions are opposed to the Bill and the Committee published their report.

On 26 June 2019 Parliament voted for this Bill to pass its Second Reading. On 31 July the Committee of the House stage is due to start, during which MPs will debate proposed amendments.

Here are some Key Facts and the latest version of the Bill.