A couple who want their severely disabled daughter to keep getting life support treatment are waiting for a judge’s ruling after a High Court fight.
The mother of a brain-damaged five-year-old girl at the centre of a High Court life-support treatment dispute has said her trust in doctors in the UK has come to an end.
A British judge should decide what is best for a severely-disabled five-year-old girl at the centre of a High Court life support treatment battle – not her parents, hospital bosses say.
The parents of a five-year-old girl who has suffered brain damage and is in a minimally conscious state have told a High Court judge they want doctors to give her the best chance to make “whatever recovery she can”.
A five-year-old girl who is in a “minimally conscious state” has begun a High Court fight for her rights under European Union free movement law.
A High Court judge has begun analysing evidence in a life-support dispute centred on a seriously-ill five-year-old girl.
A High Court judge preparing to decide whether a seriously-ill child should be allowed to die has told lawyers that he wants the “temperature” of exchanges kept down during hearings.
A couple who want to take their seriously ill daughter to Italy for treatment after UK doctors said it is in her best interests to be allowed to die have asked people to donate to their fundraising campaign as they bid to raise £400,000.
The mother of a seriously ill little girl has said she wants her daughter to be given time to recover after doctors said it is in the child’s best interests to be allowed to die.
The parents of a seriously ill five-year-old girl have launched a legal challenge after doctors said it was in her best interests to be allowed to die.