The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Choice at the End of Life is a group of MPs and Peers who meet to support the aim of promoting greater patient choice at the end of life, particularly over where, when and how one dies.
This group believes that mentally competent adults should have the right to refuse treatment, and provided sufficient legal safeguards are in place, the right to an assisted death.
The Chair of the APPG is Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham. The Secretariat for the group is provided by Dignity in Dying, a not-for-profit campaigning organisation.
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Sarah Champion MP
Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Choice at the End of Life
House of Commons
T: 020 7219 7295
(For enquiries about the work of the APPG)
Public Affairs Manager
Dignity in Dying
181 Oxford Street
T: 020 7479 7734