Right-to-die challenges rejected

The family of late locked-in syndrome sufferer Tony Nicklinson and paralysed road accident victim Paul Lamb lost their right-to-die challenges at the Court of Appeal in London.

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'Even though Tony has gone, I want to keep on fighting'

Tony Nicklinson's widow Jane has told ITV News she will continue the fight for assisted suicide to become legal for "as long as (she) possibly can".

Mrs Nicklinson said she and her legal team believe judgements over the right-to-die are a matter for the courts, rather than just Parliament.

And she said the long-running fight, which she now leads alongside paralysed campaigner Paul Lamb, was never "just about Tony".

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