Baby Charlie allowed to die
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On Thursday Ms Yates claimed the couple were “denied” their “final wish” when a High Court judge approved a plan to see Charlie moved to a hospice and have his life support withdrawn soon after.
His parents had pleaded to be allowed more time with him, after their earlier request to take him home to die also failed.
Charlie, born on August 4, had a form of mitochondrial disease, which causes progressive muscle weakness and brain damage.