British MPs reject controversial right to die bill

by MedicalXpress
September 11, 2015

A British bill to allow some terminally ill patients to end their lives was rejected Friday after it sparked fierce opposition from religious leaders and rival protests outside parliament. In the first vote on the issue in 20 years, 330 lawmakers voted against the backbencher-proposed bill while only 118 backed the proposals. Prime Minister David Cameron was against the bill.

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