The Guardian reported on a Court of Protection case involving a woman known only as 'C' and focused on her 'right to die'. This phrase was inappropriate in this context. The actual issue in these types of cases is whether someone has the mental capacity to decide to refuse life-saving treatment, which is a different issue from the 'right to die' (which in any event does not exist but colloquially refers to assisted suicide).
Legally this wasn’t about the “right to die”, a phrase more often used when people fight court battles to win the right to assisted dying. It was a case about a hospital seeking a judgment that C was mentally incapable of making the decision to refuse treatment.