There’s a fascinating and moving article on suicide over at the Guardian; I don’t have anything particularly interesting to add to myself, and I think the following sums it up nicely:
I don’t regret what we did, but I am very angry about the way it had to be done. It seems crazy to me that you must either risk jail or go to Switzerland to do something you should be able to do provided you do it yourself and nobody else is involved. It seems wrong that while suicide is no longer an offence, finding a way to achieve it is. Surely it is a right, like any other human right, to dispose of your life as you see fit?