Tony Nicklinson says the Commission on Assisted Dying (CAD) has let him down.

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Tony Nicklinson from Wiltshire, who is fighting for the right to be legally killed by a doctor, says the Commission on Assisted Dying (CAD) has let him down.

Mr Nicklinson has "locked-in syndrome" which means he is unable to move, and can only talk with the help of a special computer.

At his home in Melksham he challenged Lord Falconer over a recent report by the CAD.

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