Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, has called on Catholics to contact their MPs before next week’s vote on a Private Member’s Bill to legalise assisted suicide.
The Cardinal warns that the intrinsic value of each human life will be undermined if assisted suicide were to be legalised by this Bill, with some lives being seen as worth less than others. It would also fundamentally change the “do no harm” principle that underpins all medical practice. These dangers are reflected in the significant opposition of medical professionals.
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On Friday 11 September 2015 the House of Commons is debating and voting on a Private Member’s Bill to legalise assisted suicide. This will put the most vulnerable people in our society at risk. Contact your MP and ask them to vote against this Bill. Read more