Assisted suicide guidelines will ease fears, says DPP The director of public prosecutions has acknowledged that new guidelines on assisted suicide could lead to an increase in numbers of Britons choosing to die at home in the UK rather than travelling to Dignitas in Switzerland, reassured that people who help them would be safe from prosecution.
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