The Assisted Dying Bill is receiving ringing from endorsements from senior clergy who are coincidently feeling under the weather, on route to a care home or are nearing the episcopal glue factory in the sky. Despite the word of God being absolute, they feel the gospel is less a set of rules but more of a guideline/cryptic crossword.
Said one Bishop: 'Heaven forbid that we’re making declarations of faith, based on transient personal circumstance. Oh, dearie me, no. Just because I've started peeing blood, my pacemaker needs replacing and I can't remember my children's names - doesn't mean I'm worried at death. Now...where did I leave that Swiss air ticket?'