MPs have rejected a bill which would have allowed doctors to help some terminally ill people end their lives.
A total of 330 MPs voted against the Assisted Dying Bill, with 118 in favour of it, a majority of 212.
MPs threw out Labour MP Rob Marris' Private Members' Bill following a lengthy and an at times emotional debate in the House of Commons.
MPs have overwhelmingly rejected the Assisted Dying Bill, despite apparent public support.
MPs are set to vote on the right to die for the first time in 20 years today as controversial laws are subject to a landmark debate.
Described by the Archbishop of Canterbury as one of "the biggest dilemmas of our time", MPs are preparing to debate assisted dying.