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Assisted Dying Bill: Second Reading debate in House of Lords Photo Call

Dignity in Dying

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Photo call: Friday 22nd October 2021 from 9am, George V Statue, Old Palace Yard, Westminster, London, SW1P 3JY.

Supporters of Baroness Meacher’s Assisted Dying Bill, people with personal experiences of the current law, high profile guests and representatives from Dignity in Dying will gather outside Parliament as the Bill receives its Second Reading on Friday 22nd October 2021. This will be the first time Parliament has debated assisted dying legislation for six years.

From 9am, photos and interviews will be available with supporters, people with personal experiences and spokespeople.

From 9.30am, Baroness Meacher, cross bench peer and chair of Dignity in Dying, will address the crowd.

From 11am onwards, high profile supporters, including neurosurgeon Henry Marsh and Lord Carey, former Archbishop of Canterbury, will attend the demonstration.

There will be interview and photo opportunities throughout the morning, including with Baroness Meacher, Dignity in Dying Chief Executive Sarah Wootton, high profile guests and supporters willing to share their personal stories of how their lives have been affected by the current law.

Photos from the demonstration will be available on request.

For further information, photos or interview requests please contact Molly Pike, Media & Campaigns Officer at Dignity in Dying: [email protected]

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