Assisted dying bill 'a very bad law'
On Friday, MPs will debate whether or not to legalise assisted dying.
It would enable any adult in England and Wales who is terminally ill to ask doctors for a lethal dose to end their life.
Those in favour argue it would enable patients to die with dignity and without pain but those against say it would set a dangerous precedent and is unnecessary.
Michael Wenham has suffered from a rare form of motor neurone disease for the past 13 years. Mr Wenham and his wife Jane spoke to BBC News about why they are opposed to the assisted dying bill.