Britain’s House of Lords Evenly Split Over Assisted Dying Bill

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A parliamentary bill to legalise assisted dying was debated for nearly ten hours in the House of Lords on Friday but ended without division. Peers, who were evenly split on whether to back a change in the law, have sent the bill through to its next stage in parliament for further debate. Observers say is unlikely…


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