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Elderly Bishop approaching death, suddenly sees 'wiggle room' with right to die

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?'

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