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Tony Nicklinson from Melksham is paralysed from so-called "locked-in syndrome". His case for assisted suicide is being heard in the High Court this week.

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Right-to-die case continues at High Court

Tony Nicklinson wants a doctor to end his life without fear of prosecution Credit: ITV West

The case of a Wiltshire man who is fighting for the right to die is set to continue today (Weds). Tony Nicklinson from Melksham has been paralysed since he had a stroke eight years ago. He wants a doctor to be allowed to lawfully end his life.

His family have been attending the hearing at the High Court in London. It's expected to last till Friday.

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