Panorama reporter Jeremy Vine tells BBC Breakfast about his exclusive interview with Kay Gilderdale as she discusses the hours she spent helping her 31-year-old daughter, who suffered from severe ME, to die.
Why I helped my daughter to die
As a poll for the BBC reveals support for assisted suicide for someone who is terminally ill, Kay Gilderdale, acquitted last week of attempted murder, describes her only daughter Lynn's slow death and her unwavering conviction that she did the right thing.Read more on changing attitudes to assisted suicide
Poll shows public support growing for assisted suicide
A poll for the BBC's Panorama shows that support for legalising assisted suicide is growing - but only when the patient is terminally ill.Read more on the debate
Kay Gilderale, who was acquitted by a jury of the attempted murder of her 31-year-old daughter, Lynn, has always maintained she did nothing to help kill her daughter.
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