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Tafida Raqeeb Case: Day 4 in the High Court

Tafida Raqeeb Case: Day 4 in the High Court

As mentioned in my first blog post this week, there are two cases being heard. The first three days heard the first case, which was an application for judicial review. This application was made by Tafida’s parents to consider the legality of the decision of the...

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Tafida Raqeeb Case: Day 4 in the High Court

Tafida Raqeeb Case: Day 3 in the High Court

The facts of the case and summaries of day 1 and 2 can be viewed here: http://www.transparencyproject.org.uk/tafida-raqeeb-first-day-of-the-high-court-case/ http://www.transparencyproject.org.uk/tafida-raqeeb-case-day-2-in-the-high-court/ Day 3 of the hearing...

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Tafida Raqeeb Case: Day 4 in the High Court

Tafida Raqeeb Case: Day 2 in the High Court.

Day 2 of the hearing (Tuesday) saw David Lock QC, counsel for the parents continue his submissions, and Katie Gollop QC commence hers on behalf of Barts NHS Health Trust. David Lock QC stated that medical decision-making is about more than just medical best interests....

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Giving birth and the Court of Protection

Giving birth and the Court of Protection

Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust v X [2019] EWCOP 35 This is a guest post from Victoria Butler Cole QC (@TorButlerCole). Every year, there are a handful of applications to the Court of Protection to authorise delivery a baby by caesarean section against the...

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