Judge says parents and hospital must reach agreement by noon on Thursday or 11-month-old boy will be moved to hospice

The high court judge hearing the Charlie Gard case has said that if both parties could not agree over how the child was to spend his last days by noon on Thursday, he would be moved to a hospice and life support treatment would end soon after that move.

Earlier Charlie’s parents told the court they had found a team willing to help the critically ill baby spend “a week or so” at a hospice before his life systems are removed.

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