Who should have the final say in the life of a child? The tragedy of Charlie Gard - a child with a rare, incurable condition - raises major questions
The instincts of Charlie Gard's parents should echo in the courts
Connie Yates and Chris Gard wanted to take their child abroad for treatment they saw as a last resort.
Life and death decisions with a disabled child
'Do I love her? With all my heart. When she dies will it be a relief? Without question', says the mother of a disabled daughter
'My mother once thought of killing us both, life was so hard'
The only blind broadcast journalist in Britain talks about life as a child, and in the media
Reporter's dilemma: 'Elation and unease' at helping Pakistan flood child
Is it right for a journalist to intervene to help a dying baby? What about all the other people needing help?
Compassion or crime?
A father asks you to rescue his child - but to do it you have to break the law. What do you do?
While many governments say there is no room for refugees, their citizens feel the opposite way
Europe's recipe for crisis and chaos in the Mediterranean
As a doctor on a ship rescuing migrants, I've seen the deadly results of EU policies
Individual cases which show how difficult it will be to produce a law that safeguards everyone yet helps those who are desperate.
Mercy or Murder?
Should the law be changed to permit people to be helped to die? Or will that lead to abuse?