During yesterday’s Prime Minister’s Question Time, David Cameron declared, “I don’t support the assisted dying proposals. I don’t support euthanasia.”

Despite promises of safeguards and protections, Cameron cited his concerns that this bill would put the elderly and disabled—those who are most vulnerable and deserve the most protection—at risk.

While discussion on physician assisted suicide was only a brief part of his remarks, they were important nonetheless. We hope British Citizens and Parliamentarians alike heed his concerns.

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Christopher White, Ramsey Institute Project Director