Indi, who was born in February, has mitochondrial disease (Picture: PA)
The parents of critically ill baby Indi Gregory have been told they can’t take her to Italy, in the latest round of their court fight over life-support treatment.
Dean Gregory and Claire Staniforth have been trying to prevent doctors from limiting the treatment they give to Indi, who turned eight months old last week.
This week, they asked if they could transfer their child to a hospital in Rome.
The Christian Legal Centre, which is supporting Dean and Claire in their legal battle, said today that a judge had ruled against the move.
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Dean Gregory and Claire Staniforth were told they can’t take their daughter to an Italian hospital.