This story is a bit distressing -- doctors urging the government to let them kill (actively, not just "let die") babies judged too disabled to be worth letting live. My thoughts line up with these:
Simone Aspis of the British Council of Disabled People said: "Euthanasia for disabled newborns tells society that being born disabled is a bad thing. If we introduced euthanasia for certain conditions, it would tell adults with those conditions that they are worth less than other members of society."
I agree; a member of my future extended family -- on each side -- are handicapped in ways many people would kill them over, nowadays, but they are both delightful people and I definitely don't think the world would be better off if they were dead.