Before long the right to assisted suicide will be interpreted not as the right to find someone who will provide you with an easeful death but the duty of the health service to kill you on demand. And if you have a right in this sense to death someone has a corresponding duty to kill you.
Dalrymple says no, and Sarah Wootton of the group Dignity in Dying says yes. They make their cases here in the Daily Express. Wootton says her group sits in the sensible middle, while Dalrymple warns of the philosophical slippery slope: