A Berkshire mother who watched her daughter suffer before dying in a hospice says the law on assisted suicide has to change
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Berkshire mother joins campaign for legal assisted dying

A mother who watched her terminally ill daughter suffer severe pain and distress for weeks before she died in a hospice, says the law on assisted dying has to change.

Christine Eeley says Isobel Kennerley, who was 33, begged for help to end her life.

She's now involved in launching a new Berkshire branch of the campaign group Dignity In Dying.