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Archbishop of Canterbury warns against assisted suicide

10 February 2010

Dr Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, spoken out against the legalisation of assisted suicide. The archbishop described the potential legalization of helping a sick-relative to die as crossing a moral boundary and entering into very dangerous territory. Dr Williams said that the legalisation of assisted suicide would create an ethical framework in which the worthwhileness of some lives is undermined. [Daily Mail, 10 February] []

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