Figures emerge as debate grows over merits of legal secrecy and high-profile public campaigns

English courts have considered 10 cases involving the disputed medical treatment of children so far this year, the Observer has learned.

The news comes as concern grows over the manner in which such cases are dealt with in the wake of the traumatic final days of Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old boy who died on Friday following a protracted legal battle.

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