New defeat for Alfie Evans' parents in battle for treatment overseas

Alfie Evans' parents return to court amid Alder Hey protests

Alfie Evans' parents return to court amid Alder Hey protests

The child's parents also suggested that Alfie was being unlawfully detained at Alder Hey, but the judge dismissed that suggestion.

"Me and Kate need to now focus on spending precious time with Alfie and focus on the next legal step, keeping the relationship with the staff at ease and peace and make sure no parents are being affected any more".

Appeal court officials said an appeal court judge had decided that Alfie should continue to receive treatment pending the outcome of the hearing that begins on Monday.

Yesterday, Mr Evans said in a statement on Facebook: 'Deepest apologies from me and Kate James to the parents and staff effected by the protest/demonstration, . The parents want to move him to a hospital in Rome or Germany.

Protesters outside Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool
Protesters outside Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool

Doctors have said they can provide no further treatment for the little boy, but his parents, Tom Evans and Kate James, have fought against the decision.

Tom Evans, 21, and Katie James, 20, said sorry after a protest outside Alder Hey Children's Hospital allegedly intimidated doctors and nurses and threatened to cut short their precious last moments with the 23-month-old tot.

In his ruling today, Lord Justice Moylan repeated the arguments made recently by Lord Justice Hayden about the baby's care.

The justice stated that the parental rights of Tom and Kate over Alife "do not take precedence".

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"Me and Kate are so so so grateful for all your time you have put into it and support we can not thank you enough".

The justice also stated that it is "wrong to say that the parents' own views can trump that judicial determination".

In statement Alder Hey said it "refuted" criticisms from Mr Evans of the treatment Alfie has received. "It is precisely because of this judicial determination that Aflie has been kept in Alder Hey Hospital", he said.

Mr Evans and Ms James had battled to have his care transferred to a hospital in Italy and for his life support not to be switched off.

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Alfie Evans, born May 9, 2016, is lying critically ill in Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation in Liverpool. In February 2018, Alder Hey won a legal decision that continued life support was not in the child's best interests.

Alfie's parents have already lost fights in the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights.

Last week, Alfie's parents said their son had improved in recent weeks and they had asked Hayden to allow a new assessment, but he refused.

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