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Respond to the consultation on
Liam McArthur’s

assisted suicide bill

Liam McArthur MSP has lodged a draft Bill in the Scottish Parliament that proposes introducing assisted suicide to Scotland.

This consultation closed on Wednesday 22 December.

Full information on the consultation is available here.

  • If you use the easy-to-use tool below to respond, your response will then be submitted through the Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill’s consultation submission website. To find out how the Scottish Parliament handles your personal data, please see their Privacy Notice.
  • We have included suggested answers in each of the sections, if you do have time, we recommend writing this in your own words and adding in any other points you feel are necessary to cover.
  • We have provided the tool to give a way for the public to make a submission that is easy to complete and helps with making the consultation process accessible to more people.
  • Please ensure you have read the consultation document before responding. In particular, you should read the information contained in the document about how your response will be handled. The consultation document is available here.

  • We have designed the form below for individuals to submit. If you are an organisation, please see the consultation page for details on how to make a submission.

  • Alternatively, if you would like to make a submission using the Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill consultation submission website you can do so here.

  • If you use the easy-to-use tool below to respond, your response will then be submitted through the Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill’s consultation submission website. To find out how the Scottish Parliament handles your personal data, please see their Privacy Notice.
  • We have included suggested answers in each of the sections, if you do have time, we recommend writing this in your own words and adding in any other points you feel are necessary to cover.
  • We have provided the tool to give a way for the public to make a submission that is easy to complete and helps with making the consultation process accessible to more people.
  • Please ensure you have read the consultation document before responding. In particular, you should read the information contained in the document about how your response will be handled. The consultation document is available here.
  • We have designed the form below for individuals to submit. If you are an organisation, please see the consultation page for details on how to make a submission.

  • Alternatively, if you would like to make a submission using the Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill consultation submission website you can do so here.