A privately funded and appointed Commission on Assisted Dying has released a report that concludes that "the current legal status of assisted dying is inadequate and incoherent" and that "there is a strong case for providing the choice of assisted dying for terminally ill people". The report also finds that it would be "possible to devise a legal framework that would set out strictly defined circumstances in which terminally ill people might be assisted to die". The report then sets out a potential statutory framework for assisted dying, including a set of eligibility criteria and a detailed discussion on other potential safeguards. For a copy of the report and other information see here.