It reminds me of a short report in the Echo of September 6 last year, in which Dr Peter Saunders, Director of the Care Not Killing campaign, warned of "legislation by stealth".
What does CNK stand for?
CNK stands for Care Not Killing (London, England, UK)
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We have 8 other meanings of CNK in our Acronym Attic
- Council of New Jersey Grantmakers (Trenton, NJ)
- Central New Jersey Hound Association
- Central New Jersey Maternal and Child Health Consortium
- Consortium of New Jersey Nurse Educators
- Cadastro Nacional de Pessoa Jurídica (Brazil)
- Comissão Nacional de Justiça e Paz (Portugal)
- Coordinadora Nacional de Jubilats I Pensionistes de Catalunya
- Coalition of New Jersey Sportsmen
- Conseil National de la Jeunesse du Sénégal (French: National Council of Youth in Senegal)
- Council of New Jersey State College Locals
- Centre National de Karaté (French: National Karate Center; Belgium)
- Centre Nautique de Kourou (French; French Guianese nautical center)
- Coated Natural Kraft (MeadWestvaco paperboard)
- Compute Node Kernel
- Count Nosferatu Kommando (industrial black metal band)
- Crash Nitro Kart (Playstation 2 video game)
- Cryptonet Key
- Canadian National Karaoke Championships (musical competition)
- Child Nutrition Knowledge Center (Cairo-Durham School District, NY)
- Compagnie Nationale des Kinésithérapeutes Experts (French physiotherapist association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A spokesman for the Care Not Killing group, which campaigns to preserve existing laws against euthanasia and assisted suicide, said: "It is a very sad death but it is time for them (Mr Nicklinson's family) to grieve in peace.
Dr Peter Saunders, of Care Not Killing, said: "The report plans would place vulnerable people under pressure to end their lives so as not to be a burden.
Peter Saunders, campaign director of the group Care Not Killing, said the show could lead to "copycat suicide or suicide contagion.
Dignitas has gained notoriety over the past decade by offering more than 1,000 foreigners, mainly terminally ill of Care Not Killing, a British group that opposes assisted suicide, called on the government to investigate the broadcast, saying it breached media guidelines on the portrayal of suicide.
Alistair Thompson, of the Care Not Killing pressure group, said: "This is pro-assisted suicide propaganda loosely dressed up as a documentary.
Anti-euthanasia campaign Care Not Killing slammed the decision to broadcast the scenes.
Dr Peter Saunders, director of the charity Care Not Killing, got in early with his media soundbite.