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Sir Keir Starmer, the former DPP, should reflect that there are no robust safeguards — just ever-widening criteria for eligibility

Sir, The bishop of Carlisle, the Right Rev James Newcome, is right to emphasise that high-profile endorsements of the Assisted Dying Bill, and snap opinion polls should not replace careful analysis of a complex issue.

Sir Keir Starmer should reflect on the fact that, in the United States since 1994, there have been more than 175 legislative proposals in more than 35 states. With the exception of Vermont in 2013, none of bills not currently pending was passed.

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