A legal battle over the right to die, which has been led in part by a man from Leeds, will be decided today.
Paul Lamb was paralysed after a crash in 1990. He became involved in the fight for assisted suicide last year following the death of campaigner Tony Nicklinson. The judgement has been deliberated for six months.
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