Mother Connie Yates says hospital has agreed to let them spend longer with baby and they are ‘making precious memories’

The parents of Charlie Gard, the critically ill baby whose fate has been the subject of a protracted legal battle, say they have been granted more time to spend with him before his life support is withdrawn.

They had previously said his mechanical ventilator would be switched off on Friday after Tuesday’s decision by the European court of human rights (ECHR) to uphold the judgments of the British courts that found in favour of Great Ormond Street hospital.

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