The proposed reform would give parents more say in choosing medical care for a child
The NHS can make terrible mistakes. But its basic principle – healthcare provision based on need – is congruent with Church teaching
Alfie died on April 28 after doctors turned off his life-support
A paper in the British Medical Journal calls for ‘new solutions’ and considers a ‘significant harm’ legal test
Hospitals do not just treat diseases, they treat people. How did things break down at Alder Hey?
The Alfie Evans case was big news in Italy, a country that values family above all
When parents are united and alternatives are real, judges do not belong anywhere near the decision
The cardinal’s words came amid growing criticism of the English Church’s handling of the case