Western Australia’s euthanasia laws are facing a tortuous journey through the state’s Parliament, with Upper House MPs planning to reintroduce amendments blocked by Labor during overnight sittings of the Lower House last week. And MPs for and against the state government’s Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill are privately raising concerns about TV personality Andrew Denton’s involvement in the passage of the legislation. TV personality Andrew Denton, a pro-euthanasia campaigner and host of the ‘Better Off Dead’ podcast, was in Perth to brief politicians at the commencement of an epic parliamentary debate on WA’s Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill.Credit:Edwina Pickles Mr Denton told MPs to block any amendments to the draft laws in the Lower House, according to two sources who were present at a briefing hosted by his pro-euthanasia lobbying outfit Go Gentle Australia. But a spokesman for the organisation said WA MPs were advised "that each amendment be assessed on […]