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Sandra Holmes from Llanrwst and her son Scott explain why they agreed to help John Lenton end his life at the Dignitas facility.

Speaking exclusively to the Daily Post , the family said they wanted to open up debate in the hope that the law will change to allow people to die with dignity in the UK.

John's life in the armed forces started off as a soldier in the South Wales Borderers before he volunteered to join the Parachute Regiment, rising to Colour Sergeant. Married to Jeanne, they lived in London after John left the Army and their only child Sandra was born in John was head hunted by Quinton Hazel where he worked as a production control manager and moved to Nebo with his wife 39 years ago.

Once the couple retired, they bought a touring caravan and would spend three months of the year in Scotland. As John aged, his physical health started to deteriorate and following a hernia operation in , he required a permanent catheter which at that stage he dealt with himself.

The final straw came last year when he was diagnosed with eye disorder dry macular degeneration, which was causing him to go blind, taking away his only remaining pleasure - watching his beloved news, nature programmes and sport on television. Semi-retired herself, Sandra became a carer for her father, visiting him countless times throughout the day and night after he moved from Nebo to a flat in Llanrwst to be close to her.

John needed a passport for a start, but in the meantime, his health continued to decline and then Scott suffered a stroke at the age of The family decided that the best thing to do was to move John into a home and he was offered an emergency place at Cartref Bryn yr Eglwys in Pentrefoelas. The pensioner would go on to spend a month-and-a-half being cared for at the Pentrefoelas home before his daughter and grandson were ready to put their plan into action. The whole process was increasingly stressful with the family worried someone somewhere had alerted the police and they could get a tap on the shoulder at any moment.

But even then, doctors had to assess whether they believed John was in the right mind to go through with it. But those two days gave the family time to relax and chat, and Sandra and Scott were able to find out where John wanted his ashes scattered. Sandra and Scott described the apartment room as homely with a couch, coffee table, bed and a couple of chairs. Within 15 minutes, John had drifted out of consciousness and into a coma before peacefully passing away. Under UK law, it is a crime to encourage or assist a suicide, and the offence carries a maximum penalty of 14 years in prison.

With end of life choice limited under current UK law, it is believed up to 10 British citizens a month choose to die at the Swiss clinic, which was set up in According to the charity Dignity In Dying, prosecution is less likely when the person had reached a voluntary, clear, settled and informed decision to end their life and the person suspected of assisting them was wholly motivated by compassion.

Assisted suicide, in which the dying person takes an active role in ending their own life, is legal in Switzerland but is a crime in England, Wales and Northern Ireland under the Suicide Act. She is currently awaiting a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service on whether it is in the public interest to prosecute them. His savings paid for everything from air fare, taxis, hire cars to fees to Dignitas and his own cremation. He should do with it, whatever he wanted.

Sandra has decided to speak out as the Court of Appeal considers the case of Noel Conway , who has motor neurone disease. Under English law it is illegal to provide information, advice, support or assistance to anyone intending to take their own life. Family and loved ones who travel with a patient to Dignitas and are present during the process face the risk of prosecution under the assisted suicide law when they return to the UK. To minimise the legal risk to their family, people indending to take their own life at Dignitas have been known to plan, organise and fund the journey entirely on her own and even arrange for an independent carer to push their wheelchair through the airport.

Patients travelling to Dignitas also need to be sufficiently healthy to travel from the UK to Switzerland, something that can quickly be taken from patients with degenerative illnesses. This week Dignitas confirmed the th person from the UK had died in its clinic.

Campaign group Dignity In Dying estimates that every eight days a Briton makes the journey to Dignitas. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland a published policy distinguishes between compassionate and malicious acts. The guidelines give individuals an indication of how the law is likely to treat them, but do not provide guarantees and have not decriminalised assisted dying. The issue of assisted dying has been debated by Parliament more than 10 times since Each time it has been concluded that there is no safe system available.

Critics claim a change in law would put the most vulnerable members of society at risk of being encouraged or pressured into the decision to take their life.

Care Not Killing, an alliance of organisations and individuals opposed to a relaxation in assisted dying and euthanasia laws, estimates Britons have travelled abroad for assisted suicide in the last 13 years. Despite the emotional weight of the situation, Sandra admitted she would do it again for any loved one who needed her.

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Sandra has decided to speak out as the Court of Appeal considers the case of Noel Conway , who has motor neurone disease. Under English law it is illegal to provide information, advice, support or assistance to anyone intending to take their own life. Family and loved ones who travel with a patient to Dignitas and are present during the process face the risk of prosecution under the assisted suicide law when they return to the UK.

To minimise the legal risk to their family, people indending to take their own life at Dignitas have been known to plan, organise and fund the journey entirely on her own and even arrange for an independent carer to push their wheelchair through the airport.

Patients travelling to Dignitas also need to be sufficiently healthy to travel from the UK to Switzerland, something that can quickly be taken from patients with degenerative illnesses. This week Dignitas confirmed the th person from the UK had died in its clinic. Campaign group Dignity In Dying estimates that every eight days a Briton makes the journey to Dignitas. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland a published policy distinguishes between compassionate and malicious acts.

The guidelines give individuals an indication of how the law is likely to treat them, but do not provide guarantees and have not decriminalised assisted dying. The issue of assisted dying has been debated by Parliament more than 10 times since Each time it has been concluded that there is no safe system available. Critics claim a change in law would put the most vulnerable members of society at risk of being encouraged or pressured into the decision to take their life.

Care Not Killing, an alliance of organisations and individuals opposed to a relaxation in assisted dying and euthanasia laws, estimates Britons have travelled abroad for assisted suicide in the last 13 years. Despite the emotional weight of the situation, Sandra admitted she would do it again for any loved one who needed her.

Sandra and Scott are not benefiting financially from newspaper coverage of their case. Video Loading Video Unavailable. Click to play Tap to play. The video will start in 8 Cancel Play now.

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