Your letter could help change the law
A new Assisted Dying Bill is going through Parliament for the first time in six years – this could be our chance to change the law.
On Friday 22nd October, Peers in the House of Lords will debate the Bill at its Second Reading. For the Bill to pass to the next crucial stage, we need as many of them as possible to stand in support.
Unlike MPs, Peers don’t have staff to manage their emails – so a simple, heartfelt letter is the most effective way to convince them to support the Bill.
Dying people urgently need this new law to pass. We need thousands of people who care about assisted dying to write to Peers in the House of Lords, will you play your part?
It’s quick and easy to write your letter using our template – fill in your details to get started.
You’ll need to print your letter at the end, so please make sure your device is connected to a printer. If you’re using your mobile phone, it may be easier to complete this on a computer.
Prefer to handwrite your letter? Great! We’ll assign you a Peer to write to. Simply enter your details and follow the steps all the way to 'print' to get their name and address (as well as prompts to help you write your letter).