Charlie Gard must stay on life support for appeal to ECHR, Supreme Court rules
Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage.
Charlie Gard, a terminally ill baby, should stay on life support for another three weeks, doctors have been told by Supreme Court justices in London.
Great Ormond Street specialists will keep providing life support while judges in the European Court of Human Rights analyse the case.
Lady Hale, the Supreme Court’s deputy president, headed the panel and explained the judges’ conflict in a written ruling.