I don’t want the right to kill my wife

Why we don’t need a euthanasia law – and why there’s too much noise about Munich silence. Read Mick Hume’s column in the The Times (London).

Mick Hume

Mick Hume

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Friday 8 February

‘What you need for a one-minute’s silence is 60 seconds of keeping quiet. What you do not need, as seen around the fiftieth anniversary of the Munich disaster, is several weeks of loud argument…’

Read on…

Tuesday 5 February

‘Shockingly, even today, it appears that the British courts can get it right. Their record in dealing with “mercy killings” provides evidence that we do not need the blunt instrument of a new law legalising euthanasia/assisted suicide…’

Read on…

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