Grey-Thompson opposes call for assisted suicide changes
A panel of legal and medical experts has called for people who are terminally ill and likely to die within a year to be allowed help to end their lives.
Groups, including the British Medical Association, have accused the panel of bias.
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, who competed in the Paralympics, told Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire that the panel's conclusion was the first step on a "slippery slope to something worse".
To hear other 5 live interviews, please visit the best bits page.
Victoria Derbyshire broadcasts weekdays 1000 to 1200 on Radio 5 live.
05 Jan 2012