The mother and father of terminally sick toddler Alfie Evans are to ask the Supreme Court docket to think about an enchantment on ending his life help for a second time.
On Monday the Court docket of Enchantment refused to overrule a call that may permit the 23-month-old from Merseyside to have remedy in Italy.
The Excessive Court docket dominated in February Alder Hey Kids’s Hospital might present Alfie with palliative care.
Protesters stayed away from Alder Hey after a plea by Alfie’s dad Tom Evans.
Police acquired studies of intimidation and verbal abuse after a whole bunch of supporters gathered exterior the hospital in current days.
Alfie has been in Alder Hey since December 2016 with a uncommon undiagnosed degenerative neurological situation.
Mr Evans, 21, and Kate James, 20, from Bootle, Merseyside, have misplaced authorized fights within the Excessive Court docket and the Court docket of Enchantment, in addition to bids for an enchantment to be heard rejected by the Supreme Court docket and European Court docket of Human Rights.
Lord Justice Davis mentioned docs had agreed that there was “no hope” for Alfie and mentioned: “We can not have a form of authorized ‘Groundhog Day’ the place you come again time and again and once more on the identical level.”
Talking concerning the hospital protest, Mr Evans mentioned in an announcement posted on Alfie’s Military Fb web page: “Deepest apologies from me and Kate James to the mother and father and workers affected by the protest/demonstration, it wasn’t mine Kate’s or anybody else’s intention to hurt or trigger battle or upset.
“We simply wished to take our son to provide him the prospect he deserves.”
The Christian Authorized Centre, which is representing Alfie’s mother and father, mentioned written submissions will likely be submitted by 16:00 BST.