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no a step in the wrong direction.
... but where do you draw the line. One way of solving the bed blocking problem of course.

A poor decision IMHO.
well I'll go to the foot of our stairs, canary agrees with me!
I wouldn't want to live in a 'permanent vegetative state', if you can call that living, that is !

One or two on this Site are already in one from what I read at times.
When both family and medical experts agree I'm not seeing what further needs to be covered. I think the implied cahoots between both parties to be very unlikely.
There should be a reduction in some of the very costly and tortuous processes some have to endure if both Doctors and Families agree.
The Tottenham Turnip must be worried.
Do tell Spicerack, who is that ??
Can't say. Some say he's a lammyentable excuse for an MP.
spice is talking about the MAABOF MP for the peoples republic of Tottingham.
16.14 You are including yourself Baldrick of course?
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A problem I can see is that there are cases where someone has fully recovered after being in a 'permanent vegetative state' for several years.
I'm not sure EDDIE. There are 'cut & dried' cases of course, but others may come under the aegis of a family wanting to be rid of a burden (and possibly inherit at a useful time for them). I honestly think that a third party, such as an impartial judge who is aware of all the factors is really a necessity in these terribly sad cases.

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