The Guardian concluded both by placing the tiny but feisty Christian Legal Centre at the heart of a vast right-wing conspiracy and, perhaps inadvertently, by pointing out why some parents have so badly needed its help.
'There does not appear to be any care or compassion, only cruelty towards us as a family,' said the father of 8-month-old Indi Gregory. Despite being given Italian citizenship and the opportunity to go to Italy for treatment at no cost to the U.K. health system, a judge ordered Indi's life support removed – and presumably, her life ended – tomorrow, November 9.
A UK judge has ruled that it is in the 'best interests' of 8-month-old baby girl Indi Gregory to die, rather than allow her parents to fly her to Rome to receive life-saving treatment paid for by the Italian government.
Glawdys Leger faces a fitness to practice hearing this week for refusing to teach LGBT ideology at a Church of England secondary school and for expressing her biblical beliefs on human sexuality in response to student questions.
The family of a 19-year-old British woman known as ST said 'we will continue to fight for these reporting restrictions to be overturned and for ST's right to be identified and for her full story to be known.'
'For refusing to use preferred pronouns and expressing his Christian belief on marriage in response to questions from pupils, he became a marked man. From that moment, everything he did in the classroom and outside of it came under intense scrutiny,' Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre, said of barred teacher Joshua Sutcliffe.