As basically the title says - in April 2020, the Max and Keira's Law will be in full effect, which put simply and I quote "All adults in England will be considered as potential organ donors when they die unless they had recorded a decision not to donate or are in one of the excluded groups. These excluded groups include people who have been ordinarily resident in England for less than 12 months, under 18s and people who lack the capacity to understand the change." I'm not much of a religious person - however, I don't find it particularly nice to have my own body desecrated after death unless I have to go to the government or health service to physically say "I don't want to be harvested". Especially with the fact that most of these organ harvesting will take place while you are not exactly clinical dead but rather so 'Brain-Dead'. I just don't like the thought of it. I don't mind donating like a single kidney or something. What do you think about being automatically assumed an organ donor until you physically request to opt out?