Bindmans and Leigh Day fail to convince court on 'right to die' cases

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  • Having read this article and a few others tonight i feel nothing but sympathy for 2 groups. The first go without saying,to the people and their families where this verdict has affected directly where they have seemingly made this concious decision but have basically been told no .(so much for free will) The second group is the judge and court at the hearing today. What a really difficult position to be placed in - there seemed to be no correct outcome. Responsibility for this debate must lie with our government. - these people spend more time arguing about what seems juvenile banter at parliament than making important decisions which really affect people. A call here to Mr Cameron and the rest of those MPs who seem to me to think that their work is nothing more than a jolly -. Front up, and start making tough decisions dont just say it. If you cant - call a plebicite

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