The Bishop of Carlisle has urged the Government not to pass a law that would allow doctors to prescribe drugs to end the life of someone with a terminal illness.
Those in favour of the bill say the plans would allow suffering to be eased when people have six months or less to live.
However, The Right Reverend James Newcome told ITV Border the church does not support the idea.
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