Assisted dying debate: 'Every day's a bonus'

On Friday, MPs will debate whether or not to legalise assisted dying.

It would enable any adult in England and Wales who is terminally ill to ask doctors for a lethal dose to end their life.

Those in favour argue it would enable patients to die with dignity and without pain but those against say it would set a dangerous precedent and is unnecessary.

Fergus Walsh spoke to Adrian Small, a terminally-ill patient being cared for at a hospice, about living with his disease.