A day after ending five-month legal battle, Connie Yates asks court to decide where critically ill boy will spend final moments

Charlie Gard’s mother has returned to court to plead for him to be allowed to die at home, a day after she and her husband ended their opposition to the removal of their critically ill son’s life support system.

Charlie is expected to be removed from his ventilator at Great Ormond Street hospital in the next few days following his parents’ abandonment at an emotional high court hearing on Monday of their legal fight to be allowed to fly him to the US for experimental treatment.

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