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Society, Politics & Law
Share your views on the OU/BBC co-production 'Exodus: Our Journey to Europe'.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Reasons for individuals chosing to end their life vary - is there one straightforward answer to the question 'do we have the right to die?' or is it more complicated than that?
Have your say, learn more about the issues and discuss the key themes covered by 'How to Die: Simon's Choice'.
History & The Arts
Do we have a right to die? What are the moral and ethical implications of assisted suicide?
TV, Radio & Events
Do you feel you would be up to the job? Or do you feel you would be unable to step up to the task?
Is it the case that when you are paying and selecting support services for yourself, that you can ensure better quality and control of what it is you need?
What is the social model of disability? Does the social world exclude disabled people?
Is it possible for everyone to control their own care solutions?
Is it possible for everyone looking for a carer to take control of this process themselves? Does having the control mean you necessarily get better quality and control of what you need?
Do you think strenuous jogging is bad for you?
David Cameron says that the Conservatives have created 1000 jobs for every day they've been in office. Is this true?
Max Pemberton claims that 200 MPs voting on the 2012 NHS reform had a financial interest in its passing. What are your views on this?
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