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From a social 'evil' to Supreme Court scrutiny: the long journey to Ireland's landmark assisted dying vote
The Dáil voted to send the Dying with Dignity Bill to committee stage earlier this week.
'What I am asking is to be given a choice': Vicky Phelan urges politicians to support Dying with Dignity Bill
The Dying with Dignity Bill will be introduced in the Dáil tomorrow.
'What right do we have to tell a dying person they should continue to live in pain'
Prominent Right to Die with Dignity campaigner Tom Curran appeared before the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality today.
'People should not suffer intolerable and horrible pain if they want to exit this life'
Independent TD John Halligan introduced ‘right to die’ legislation in the Dáil today.
"I was going to keep quiet... but this is bigger than myself" - Gail O'Rorke
O’Rorke met with TDs at Dáil Eireann today to discuss a “long overdue” bill on assisted suicide.
A man with non-terminal cancer has travelled abroad to take his own life after a final meal with family
The death of Briton Jeffrey Spector is set to reignite the debate over assisted suicide in the UK.
Assisted suicide could be introduced in Ireland
Tom Curran said TDs are ‘willing to break ranks’ to support his right-to-die law.
Enda Kenny's secret list of women is causing ructions in Fine Gael
It’s not just Fine Gael TDs who are annoyed about the special group of potential election candidates, some of those on it are equally displeased that details of it leaked.
MS sufferer and right-to-die campaigner: 'If I was an animal...I'd be put to sleep'
Kate Tobin was diagnosed with the condition two years ago and says “Nobody can know the pain I’m going through”.
TDs will be asked to vote on new right-to-die laws before Christmas
Tom Curran, the partner of campaigner Marie Fleming who died last year, says new legislation he’s been working on is almost complete.
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Cannabis helped Marie Fleming 'in lots of ways that prescribed drugs weren't able to'
Smoking cannabis helped with pain, spasms and to lift her mood, Tom Curran revealed today.
Right-to-die campaigner Tom Curran looks set to miss out on Arklow seat
The Arklow tally shows Tom Curran at 6.23 per cent. There are six seats for the taking.
"The whole thing really started before Marie died..": Right-to-die campaigner Tom Curran on his Wicklow council bid
The partner of Marie Fleming, whose court battle ignited a national campaign on right-to-die issues, is running in the the local elections this May.
Partner of Marie Fleming drafting new right-to-die legislation
Tom Curran has asked a group of barristers to draft legislation on the issue, and says the initial work could be completed by the start of next month.
Marie Fleming laid to rest this afternoon after Wicklow service
The grief and mourning for the 59-year-old was palpable in Avoca today.
The grab seen around the world - the internet reacts to Tom Barry
Fine Gael say that they have ‘nothing further to add’ to general secretary Tom Curran’s statement and will not comment on any possible disciplinary procedures.
Taoiseach rejects plea to allow for assisted suicide
Enda Kenny was asked to ‘show some compassion’ to the family of terminally ill Marie Fleming and consider changes to the law.