Unexpected support for assisted dying bill

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have surprised some Christian groups by speaking out in favour of the proposed assisted dying bill.

A House of Lords debate on assisted dying ended without a vote and will not become law without government backing, but the quality of peers’ contributions...

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