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    1. Jeffrey Spector, 54, who died at the Dignitas assisted suicide clinic in Zurich after deciding he no longer wanted to live due to a tumour on his spine said he would still be alive if UK laws were changed.

    2. Singer Fred MacPherson discusses new LP in Great Escape video

    3. Band are also set to play one off show in London next month

    4. To avoid incriminating his family a British father died hundreds of miles from home, months before he was ready. It’s time for legal reform The House of Lords is balloting this evening on private members’ bills for this parliamentary session. I have once again submitted an assisted dying bill to the ballot because we cannot continue to deny terminally ill people the dignity and choice they are ...

    5. Jeffrey Spector, 54, who had an inoperable tumour growing on his spine enjoyed a final meal with his family just 16 hours before he travelled to the Dignitas assisted suicide clinic in Zurich.

    6. Jeffrey Spector was a brave man. He had an inoperable tumour on his spine which, could, at any moment have rendered him a paraplegic. But he didn’t want to live like that. Nor did he want his family to put their lives on hold to nurse him.

    7. Businessman Jeffrey Spector, who was diagnosed with inoperable tumour on his spine that would have led to paralysis, used film to discuss assisted dying A businessman with an inoperable tumour has killed himself at an assisted dying clinic in Switzerland – after spending his last seven days making a film for his widow and three children. Jeffrey Spector died on Monday, six years after he was ...

    8. Writers Ruth Dudley Edwards, Dr Max Pemberton and Bel Mooney discuss whether assisted suicide should be legal following the death of father-of-three Jeremy Spector in Zurich.

    9. The assisted dying debate

      BBC NewsMay 26 02:42 PM

      Jeffrey Spector's death reignites assisted dying argument

    10. A British father who chose to end his life at the Swiss suicide clinic Dignitas said that his choice was in the "best interests" of his wife and three daughters. Jeffrey Spector, 54, had an inoperable tumour on his spine that could have led to him being paralysed from the neck down. He decided to end his life "too early" to avoid a future where he was dependent on his family to do even the ...

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