From Sadie - Dignity in Dying <[email protected]>
Subject Did you catch my email?
Date December 12, 2022 5:37 PM
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Good afternoon

There can be a lot going on this time of year so I just wanted to make sure you saw my email about your chance to have your say
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The new assisted dying inquiry is an important milestone on the road to law
change and the public consultation is a crucial part of that process. Please,
take this opportunity to make your voice heard by responding to the consultation

Yes, I'll respond to the consultation →
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I've attached the email again below if you need a reminder about what's

Thanks in advance for taking 5 minutes to respond!

All the best,


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Good afternoon friend,

We’ve had an astounding response to the news that the Heath and Social Care Select Committee are holding an inquiry into assisted
dying . This inquiry is a milestone - but the hard work is only beginning. A vital
part of the inquiry is a public consultation. MPs will use the results of this
consultation to draft a report and produce recommendations for government. Will you respond to the consultation today?
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Yes, I'll respond to the consultation →
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I want to be honest with you. Opponents will be using every tactic they can find
to skew the results of this consultation. Their identical responses will pour in
and make it look like opposition to law change is stronger than it really is. If
you knocked on every door in this country 8 in 10 of the people opening the door
would agree that dying people need choice.

We need to do everything we can to make sure that those voices are heard. And that starts with you.
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Yes, I'll respond to the consultation →
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I’ve put together some guidance
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the questions in the most helpful way - it’s there for you if you need it.

If you have just 5 minutes to spare today, please respond to the consultation
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While this inquiry is certainly a win, it will take a lot of work to make sure
that anti-choice forces don’t manipulate the results. We are doing everything we
can to ensure that the Committee approaches the information in a balanced way
that keeps personal experience at its heart.

Thanks in advance for taking this step to support change for dying people.

Many thanks,

Sadie Kempner

Dignity in Dying

P.S. If you have just 5 minutes today, please respond to this important public consultation
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Our campaign is powered by members - people who support us with a small regular
gift so we can plan out the most effective actions to bring about an assisted
dying law. Sign up and join thousands of other Dignity in Dying members across the
country, from just £2 a month:

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