Once again, the High Court is being asked to quantify âenjoyment of lifeâ. This time the vanishing point has been moved forward from the âfutilityâ of the Bland case.
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I freely admit I didnât watch the Terry Pratchett documentary on the Right to Die. At the last minute I voted in favour of a quiet glass of wine with Mr G in the setting sun. ItContinue reading →
In the beginning there was Adam and Eve and a big rock.
Adam was much stronger than Eve. He could lift the big rock and drop it on her head. He didnât need toContinue reading →
There is nothing so likely to induce a murderous rage in the most mild mannered of people as sibling rage over a last will and testament. Many a family can cite feudsContinue reading →
With what aplomb did Jack Straw throw back the cloak of secrecy over proceedings in the family court last year? How we did cheer. None louder than myself.
Straw, theContinue reading →
The past week has seen one mother, Frances Inglis, jailed for life for murdering a son who wasContinue reading →
Nick Robinson 6th January 2009.
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Back in Victorian times, death was never far from peopleâs thoughts thanks to the diseases and poor medicine of those times. You can see evidence of this in old sepia photos of sombre matronly womenContinue reading →
In June this year The Sunday Times reported the death of Cari Loder who, rendered housebound by the progression of her Multiple Sclerosis and fearing that she would be sent toContinue reading →
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