The British Medical Association (BMA), the lead group for doctors in the United Kingdom, no longer opposes euthanasia and assisted suicide. After a vote at
On Tuesday April 27, Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock, called on the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to publish any relevant data regarding the
More than half of British GPs think organisations such as the RCGP and the BMA should drop opposition to assisted dying and adopt a ‘neutral stance’. That is the conclusion of a poll, organised by campaign group Dignity in Dying.