The case for a change in the law on assisted dying is now even stronger

The case for a change in the law on assisted dying is now even stronger Andrew Copson, BHA Chief Executive, has commented that DPP Guidelines attempt to do in part what Parliament has thus far failed to, and that is to distinguish between where a person has compassionately assisted another to die, and where that was done with malicious intent or murder. But these Guidelines will always be retrospective, after an assisted death has taken place.