Right-to-die fight at Supreme Court

The widow of a Wiltshire man is at the Supreme Court in London to continue his right-to-die legal battle. Tony Nicklinson from Melksham lived for years with locked-in syndrome but died naturally after losing his High Court fight.

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Full report: Right-to-die challenges rejected

The family of locked-in syndrome sufferer Tony Nicklinson have lost their right-to-die challenge at the Court of Appeal.

Mr Nicklinson from Melksham died naturally - a week after losing his High Court bid to end his life with a doctor's help.

His widow Jane continued his battle for a change in the law. Despite her disappointment at today's ruling she says she will fight on.

Rebecca Broxton reports:

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