For Anna Soubury, a new minister at Britain's Department of Health, who quickly made known her belief that the terminally ill who want help to end their lives should be able to get it at home instead of having to go abroad to avoid breaking the law. She spoke against doctors' or nurses' involvement in “euthanasia” in favour of enabling people to end their lives by “assisted suicide”. She rightly said the present implementation of the law is “confusing and dishonest”.