From Ellie - Dignity in Dying <[email protected]>
Subject Thursday 16th Feb, 9pm
Date February 14, 2023 5:08 PM
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Don’t miss Prue Leith’s new documentary this weekfriend, – what happens when you fundamentally disagree
with your son over assisted dying? That’s exactly what our patron, Prue Leith, set out to uncover in her new

Prue and Danny’s Death Road Trip - Thursday 16th Feb, 9pm on Channel 4

Prue’s experience of her brother’s death left her more certain than ever that
assisted dying should be legalised:

“David died of bone cancer – his death was not the fault of the NHS, his cancer
was terminal, but they spectacularly failed to manage his pain. No one should have to endure months of pain and die in agony. ”

However Prue’s son, the Conservative MP Danny Kruger, disagrees and opposes
changing the law. In this eye-opening documentary, the pair fly to places in
America and Canada where assisted dying is legal to see how transformative it
can be.

Expect deep discussions and first hand accounts from people facing terminal
illness, their loved ones and clinicians who support assisted dying, as Prue
passionately defends people’s right to die on their own terms.

This documentary is already kick-starting the national conversation on assisted
dying and getting coverage from the Mail on Sunday, the Sunday Times and the
BBC’s flagship Sunday morning politics programme. I really hope you can tune in this Thursday, 9pm on Channel 4.

friend,, with people like you and Prue on our side, we’re
confident we can change the law here in the UK too. But MPs won’t change their mind easily - we need all the help we can get to
keep up the fight.

Will you become a member today by donating a few pounds a month and help power
the campaign to win a new law on assisted dying?

Yes, I'll become a member
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Thank you so much for your support,

Ellie Ball

Dignity in Dying

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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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