Debbie Purdy case: landmark ruling gives couple freedom to get on with their lives Grinning in the sunshine outside the Houses of Parliament yesterday, Debbie Purdy gripped her husband Omar’s hand and did not let go. She had been fighting for two years to know that she would be able to hold that hand when she died, and with the highest court in the land’s order that the law on assisted suicide must be clarified, that right was a step closer.
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