Hire Writer People would have to be evacuated from these areas because they were expected to be very heavily bombed. Also the Air ministry predicted that in London in the first 60 days of the war there would be 60, dead.
Court won't let sick toddler leave country Wednesday's ruling rejected new arguments intended to overturn a decision by the High Court on Tuesday that prevented the terminally ill toddler from leaving Britain for medical treatment, said Roger Kiska, a lawyer with Christian Legal Center and part of the legal team representing Alfie's parents.
Alfie, admitted to Alder Hey Hospital in Decemberwas diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease associated with severe epilepsy and has been in a semivegetative state for more than a year. During that time, he has been kept alive by artificial ventilation in the critical care unit.
Based on "extensive damage" in the child's brain, the hospital recommended to the child's parents that active treatment be stopped.
Disagreement between the hospital and his parents resulted in a referral of Alfie's case to the Family Division of the UK High Court for a judge to rule on whether active treatment is in Alfie's best interests. When the court did not rule in their favor, the parents appealed the decision, and after that appeal was lost, the case was referred to the Supreme Court.
Meanwhile, Alfie's plight -- legally and medically -- has stirred the British public, and hundreds of thousands have signed petitions supporting him.
Papal support While the case played out in the legal arena, the hospital continued to provide Alfie with artificial ventilation and assisted feeding, but his doctors said continued treatment was futile and speculated that, if they were to withdraw Alfie's ventilation support, the child would shortly die.
Last week, Alfie's father traveled to Rome to meet Pope Francis, who had expressed his support for their cause. Moved by the prayers and immense solidarity shown little Alfie Evans, I renew my appeal that the suffering of his parents may be heard and that their desire to seek new forms of treatment may be granted.
However, a subsequent visit to Alfie and consultation with his doctors led the Roman doctors to conclude that the child's condition is irreversible and untreatable, according to a statement from Alder Hey. Based in part on evidence supplied by the hospital, the supreme court dismissed Alfie's case.
High Court Justice Anthony Hayden rejected the plan to take Alfie to Rome and said the order to end Alfie's life support should commence at 9 p. A Tale of Two Kates: The world awaits the name of 1 Kate's RoyalBabyName and watches 1 Kate's babyalfie being denied HumanRights and dying without medical treatment!
If only alfieevans was a RoyalBabyBoy he would be saved. WednesdayWisdom alfiesfight AlfiesArmy pic. Monday, ventilation support was withdrawn. Breathing independently Contrary to all the expectations of the doctors, Alfie continued to breathe independently, according to a statement from Christian Concerna sister organization of the Christian Legal Centre, which is representing the parents.
Tom Evans also posted a video on Facebook in which he said that his son had been breathing for himself and that the doctors were refusing to give him oxygen.
For hours, Alfie continued to breathe unaided, with hospital staff refusing to help with either ventilation or hydration despite his coughing, according to the Christian Concern statement and Alfie's father.
Tuesday, Alder Hey hospital staff provided some hydration and oxygen support, his mother reported on Facebook.Great Britain in the Seven Years' War.
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His parents want to take the month-old boy to Italy, where a hospital is willing to treat him. The British government says no, and has police stationed to keep the boy from being rescued.
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