Defenders of Canada’s assisted-dying programme are sounding increasingly irrational.
The Briefing fails to show why Canada’s experience with euthanasia should be treated as anything other than a cautionary tale for the rest of the world.
Approving MAID as an advanced request is not a kindness for the person in distress. It only gives credence to a fear of the future yet experienced.
The bill to legalise assisted dying in Scotland is to be introduced in parliament this year, after a public consultation.