Judge approves plan which will see Charlie Gard 'inevitably' die shortly after being moved to hospice

Judge approves plan which will see Charlie Gard 'inevitably' die shortly after being moved to hospice
 

Plans are now in place which will see Charlie Gard ''inevitably'' die shortly after being moved to a hospice and having his life support treatment withdrawn.
Justice Francis made a statement from the High Court in London today saying that the plans had been approved.
He decided that it was in Charlie’s best interests to be moved to a hospice and extubated unless alternative arrangements could be made by noon today.
The name of the hospice will remain private, as will other, more specific, details.
Minutes before Mr Justice Francis announced the decision to the court yesterday, Charlie's mum... read more

 
27 July 2017 in World News, Views: 37
Source: Daily Record
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