Assisted Dying and the Law:
The Duo that Works Better as an Ensemble
by Surekha Sujith
This piece argues for the legalisation of assisted dying in the United Kingdom by analysing the state of affairs as they exist and the legal complexities and complications that surround it. It discusses the struggles faced by those who desperately require assistance in dying, and their alternatives. It critiques the legislative body for its attitude toward assisted dying. Finally, it suggests a workable solution to implement and legalise assisted dying in the United Kingdom.