'Locked-in' man continues right to die case


The wife of a man who's paralysed with 'locked in' syndrome has told BBC News of his determination to continue his battle for a right to die.

The man, known as Martin to protect his identity, had his original legal challenge rejected in court alongside the case of Tony Nicklinson, who died of pneumonia last month.

Jane Dreaper spoke to Martin's wife.

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