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Issue 50 / December 2012

Terry Pratchett's BBC documentary reopens debate on assisted dying

Fantasy writer's film shows final moments of a man with motor neurone disease at Dignitas clinic in Switzerland

When his own time comes to die, the author Sir Terry Pratchett has said, he would like to be sitting on a chair on the lawn at his home, with a brandy in one hand and a glass of life-ending chemicals in the other. "And with Thomas Tallis on my iPod, I would shake hands with Death."

From: Books: Books + News | guardian.co.uk

Tuesday, 7 June, 2011

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