The right-to-die campaigner from Bradford, who has primary progressive multiple sclerosis, won a landmark ruling in 2009 after going to the House of Lords to clarify whether her husband would be committing an offence if he helped to end her life. It led to new guidelines being issued by the Director of Public Prosecutions, which clarified the factors which should be weighed for or against prosecution in such cases.
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