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Rutland MP Alicia Kearns calls on Parliament to help Phil Newby's assisted dying campaign in House of Commons debate



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A terminally ill man wants words to be followed with action after MPs called for an inquiry into assisted dying last week.

Phil Newby, 51, has been campaigning for the right to euthanasia since he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2014.

A Commons debate was held on assisted dying in Westminster Hall on Monday last week, triggered by a government petition attracted more than 155,000 signatures.



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