Assisted dying is the equivalent of a zero-hours contract with life

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Giles Fraser
The Guardian

Assisted dying is the equivalent of a zero-hours contract with life
Let’s not pretend this ‘personal choice’ is unaffected by wider economic realities. Our rapidly expanding elderly population means the poor and vulnerable will come under increasing pressure ‘to quit this life’
6 June 2015

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ArticleDate2015 +
ArticleSummaryLet’s not pretend this ‘personal choice’ is unaffected by wider economic realities. Our rapidly expanding elderly population means the poor and vulnerable will come under increasing pressure ‘to quit this life’ +
ArticleUrlhttp://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/belief/2015/aug/28/assisted-dying-is-the-equivalent-of-a-zero-hours-contract-with-life +
ArticleYear2015 +
Commentator nameGiles Fraser +
Journal nameThe Guardian +