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But on Tuesday afternoon, the ECHR rejected a last-ditch plea and their 'final' decision means the baby's life support machine will be switched off. 'Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children today said their thoughts are with Charlie's parents and said the decision 'marks the end of a difficult process'.
The ECHR announced the application to the court by the parents was 'inadmissible' and added that their decision was 'final'. Their statement read: 'Our thoughts are with Charlie's parents on receipt of this news that we know will be very distressing for them.'Today's decision by the European Court of Human Rights marks the end of what has been a very difficult process and our priority is to provide every possible support to Charlie's parents as we prepare for the next steps.'There will be no rush by Great Ormond Street Hospital to change Charlie's care and any future treatment plans will involve careful planning and discussion.' A statement from the ECHR said: 'Today the European Court of Human Rights has by a majority endorsed in substance the approach by the domestic courts and thus declared the application inadmissible.
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), we have thousands of UK members just waiting to hear from you. Charlie Gard's parents Connie Gard and Connie Yates have been forced to prepare themselves for the eventuality that their baby son's life would be ended by the courts.Great Ormond Street Hospital have said that although a deadline on continuing his care is in place, it will not be followed to the letter.The parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard are 'utterly distraught' and facing fresh heartbreak after losing their final appeal in the European Court of Human Rights.Chris Gard, 32, and Connie Yates, 31, wanted to take their 10-month-old son - who suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage - to the US to undergo a therapy trial.