Richard Selley died peacefully with his partner and brother at his side.Read the full story ›
Noel Conway challenged an earlier High Court rejection of his case at a hearing in May.Read the full story ›
Biologist David Goodall was declared dead on Thursday, said Exit International director Philipp Nitschke.Read the full story ›
A man who is terminally ill with motor neurone disease is bringing a judicial review over the current law on assisted dying.Read the full story ›
Retired lecturer Noel Conway, who is not expected to live beyond 12 months, has won the right to take his case to the High Court.Read the full story ›
A man with terminal motor neurone disease has gone to the High Court in a bid to challenge the law on assisted dying.Read the full story ›
Described by the Archbishop of Canterbury as one of "the biggest dilemmas of our time", MPs are preparing to debate assisted dying.Read the full story ›
The law should be changed to allow assisted dying, the country's former top lawyer has said.Read the full story ›
Labour leadership candidate Liz Kendall has said she intends to vote in favour of the Assisted Dying Bill.
Kendall told LBC radio that she believed the right safeguards - diagnosis of a terminal illness, certification from two doctors and judicial oversight - for the bill to be taken forward.
I believe in giving people as much power and control over what happens to them as possible.
People need the ability to die in their own homes. I believe this will be a step forward.
The Assisted Dying Bill, drafted by Lord Falcanor is due to be debated in the House of Commons on September 11.
A right-to-die debate, set to take place in the Commons later this year, could trigger the first parliamentary vote on the issue since 1997.Read the full story ›