A woman from Norfolk has made an emotional plea to legalise assisted dying.
Zoe Marley says the current law means families are being "criminalised for compassion".
The mum, from Cromer in Norfolk, faced hours of police questioning after her terminally ill mum Judith took her own life in 2018.
Now, her husband is also terminally ill with cancer and Zoe fears she will once again be trapped between the wishes of her loved ones and the law.
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Zoe said the trauma of losing her 75-year-old mum was worsened by hours of questions from the authorities and the fear of being jailed for up to 14 years for assisting a suicide.
Zoe is backing the Dignity in Dying campaign.
Her picture has been displayed on a van driven around Parliament, where a fresh debate on assisted dying takes place tomorrow (January 23).
However, campaigners from the Care not Killing alliance insist the current law is correct.
They point to states in America where, they say, legalising assisted suicide has led to more people choosing to end their own lives because they "fear becoming a burden on their families and carers".
The Crown Prosecution Service says 152 cases of assisting a suicide have been referred to them since 2009 in England and Wales. Just three of those cases have been successfully prosecuted.