Tonbridge mother backs right-to-die campaign

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A 29-year-old mother who has been locked inside her body for the past two years has said she believes the law should be changed to allow people in her situation to die, even though she believes she has a lot fo live for.

Tracey Senik, from Tonbridge, can only move her eyes - a condition that followed an accident when she was doing cartwheels with her daughter.

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