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US News'I never imagined going to court to fight for my child's life'

17:00  09 september  2019
17:00  09 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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'I never imagined going to court to fight for my child's life' © Sky News Screen Grab Tafida's mother Shelina Begum said she never thought she would have to fight for her daughter's life in court The mother of a critically ill five-year-old girl has said never in her "wildest dreams" did she imagine having to go to court to fight for her daughter's life.

Shelina Begum, 39, made the comments outside the High Court as a judge began analysing evidence on a life-support dispute involving her daughter, Tafida Raqeeb.

"I never knew in my wildest dreams that I would be here today, fighting for my daughter's life to move her across to another country," she said.

Lawyers representing Tafida, who has serious brain damage, told the judge that hospital bosses in London have refused to allow her parents to move her to a medical facility in Italy.

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They claimed the child was being denied her right to free movement under European Union law.

She suffered a "very serious" brain injury back in February, with doctors from the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel saying the damage was permanent and there was no chance of recovery. 'I never imagined going to court to fight for my child's life' © Sky News Screen Grab Shelina Begum pictured outside court

Clinicians concluded that Tafida's quality of life would not benefit from continued life-support treatment.

Barts Health NHS Trust, which runs the hospital, passed the case to the judge to decide whether doctors should stop "life-sustaining treatment" on the girl - but Tafida's parents maintain they can get more treatment from doctors in Italy.

"It is extremely, extremely difficult for us that we are actually here," Mrs Begum added outside court. "I never thought that the doctors would actually bring us here."

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Keep the focus on the children , and the matter at hand. If you lose control you lose the case. Never interrupt the judge or the other party. Yes. Many people would consider this to be one of the most important hearings of their lives . You need to do everything in your power to get an attorney to fight for them.

Barrister Vikram Sachdeva QC, who is leading Tafida's legal team, said. "Tafida and her parents have, in principle, a right to elect to receive medical care in another EU state."

He added: "By refusing her transfer, the trust is acting in breach of that right."

Mrs Begum and Tafida's father Mohammed, 45, from Newham, east London, have organised funding to take their daughter to the Gaslini children's hospital in Genoa.

The couple say specialists at the facility, which they have likened to Great Ormond Street in Hospital in London, are willing to keep providing life-support treatment to Tafida, who turned five in June.

Mrs Begum says she was at her daughter's bedside in hospital before travelling to court for the hearing on Monday.

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