I carry a Do Not Resuscitate card, reveals veteran broadcaster Joan Bakewell as she calls for a debate on euthanasia Veteran broadcaster says 'people would be pleased to have the choice'She has given instructions to her family to ‘pull the plug’ in case of calamityBakewell said that 'too many older people were ‘living in misery’ By Eleanor Harding PUBLISHED: 17:47 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:19 GMT, 7 April 2013 Joan Bakewell has called for a ‘proper debate’ on euthanasia, revealing she carries a Do Not Resuscitate card.
Guess what does this guy do all day for living? This is probably the WORST JOB ever. If you think your job is the pits then spare a thought for Devi Lal.
Mind the (life expectancy) gap! Interactive tube map reveals the stark inequalities in London depending on your local station.
Mind the gap! Interactive tube map reveals how life expectancy varies widely depending on your local station Life expectancy varies from 75.3 years near Star Lane station to 96.38 at Oxford Circus | UPDATED: 16:48 GMT, 20 July 2012 An interactive map that plots life expectancy and child poverty by London Underground station has revealed the stark inequalities that exist in the UK's capital city.
Home care costs soar over 10,000: Elderly left struggling to pay bills as town halls drive up charges Blow follows as millions of elderly continue to struggle with rising food and energy bills Around half a million elderly and vulnerable people are being hit with soaring costs to pay for basic support in their own homes, figures have revealed.