But although he would trade everything for one more day with the woman he was
married to for 45 years, he insists he doesn't regret the way in which she died — at Dignitas, the Swiss suicide clinic (translated pg.)
Last week, however, the injunction was lifted and the family are finally at liberty to talk. Their story provides a unique insight into the emotive issue of assisted suicide.
It shows just how rapidly the concept of euthanasia has become acceptable to many people in our society — barely five years since motor neurone disease victim Diane Pretty was denied the right to die, first putting the issue in the headlines.