motor neurone disease
The truth is our right to choose is widely curtailed for very good reasons. We're not free to drive as fast as we choose, or in what direction we choose, or to smoke wherever we choose. The reason is the public good, to protect the vulnerable. It's simply untrue that suicide affects no one else. Nor is it true that assisted dying is a purely personal matter.
What is happening at the moment is almost a massed sheep like behaviour. Okay yes it is highlighting a terrible disease and raising funds. But ask yourself who is behind this and if you could follow it back to its source you would find a very clever advertising executive.
An article which claimed that a woman died 30 seconds after carrying out the Ice Bucket Challenge has been revealed as a
A US man with motor neurone disease has taken part in the #icebucketchallenge, a social media trend where participants film
Despite the fact that there are around 5,000 people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in the UK at any one time, it
When Rowan Williams uses the word "special" you take note. But when he mentions it three times in one sentence and prefaces it each time with the word "very" we're clearly being called to attention.
That Stephen Hawking eh? You can’t do a thing without him trying to hog the limelight. The Brief History of Time author recently
Former Rangers captain Fernando Ricksen revealed on live TV that he has been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease. The Dutch
Professor Stephen Hawking has spoken in support of assisted suicide for people suffering from terminal diseases. It represents
A mocked up video released by the English Defence League which inaccurately shows Stephen Hawking supporting their right