Alfie Evans should have been at home to die, say his army of mourners

Alfie Evans should have been at home to die, say his army of mourners as the terminally ill toddler loses his fight against an incurable brain condition

  • The 23-month-old had suffered from a degenerative neurological condition and was in a coma for over a year
  • His ‘heartbroken’ Mother Kate James announced his passing this morning saying he died at 2.30am yesterday
  • Hundreds of supporters sang ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ and cried as they let go of blue and purple balloons
  • Tom Evans, his father, said his ‘gladiator’ son ‘lay down his shield and gained his wings’ at Alder Hey Hospital
  • Pope Francis today tweeted his sorrow saying he was ‘praying’ for Alfie’s parents and had been ‘deeply moved’

Alfie Evans, the terminally ill toddler at the centre of a highly charged High Court battle, should have been allowed to die at home rather than in hospital guarded by police, his supporters said yesterday.

The 23-month-old lost his fight against an incurable brain condition early yesterday morning, five days after his life support was withdrawn. A court had earlier ruled that more treatment was not in his best interests.

In a tearful farewell, more than 1,000 supporters of the family, who fought a dogged legal battle to keep Alfie alive, gathered near Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool to release balloons and sing You’ll Never Walk Alone.

Alfie’s parents, Tom Evans and Kate James, were said to be too emotional to attend, but Mr Evans’ sister Sarah told the supporters, known as Alfie’s Army: ‘Our hearts are broken. We are shattered as a family.’

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Hundreds of supporters filled the park close to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, where Alfie was being cared for’, to make one last tribute to the youngster 

Supporters sobbed as they sang ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ before releasing hundreds of blue and purple balloons outside the hospital 

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    The desperately ill youngster suffered from a ultra-rare brain condition and had been in a deep coma for more than a year


    Thomas Evans’ sister Sarah Evans (left) struggled to hold back tears as she addressed the crowd. A little girl sang A Thousand Years by Christina Perry (right) before the mourners counted down from 10 and released the balloons

    Thomas Evans’ sister Sarah Evans is hugged by a supporter before the balloon release yesterday afternoon

    The case even attracted the attention of the Pope, who had earlier intervened and met Alfie’s parents.

    He tweeted that he was ‘deeply moved’ by Alfie’s death and added: ‘Today I pray especially for his parents, as God the Father receives him in his tender embrace.’

    Announcing Alfie’s death on Facebook earlier, Tom Evans said: ‘My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02.30… absolutely heartbroken.’

    Ms James wrote: ‘Our baby boy grew his wings tonight at 2.30am. We are heartbroken. Thank you everyone for your support.’

    Alder Hey Hospital, where Alfie had been a patient for more than a year, offered ‘heartfelt sympathy’.

    Other tributes came from celebrities including Rebekah Vardy, the wife of England footballer Jamie, who said: ‘This morning, Heaven gained an angel. Alfie Evans, you stole my heart and the hearts of so many!’ Businessman Lord Sugar tweeted: ‘Sad day for his parents who fought so hard for him.’ 


    Supporters weep and comfort one another before thousands of people released blue and purple balloons into the sky above Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool 

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      The heartbreaking sight came after Pope Francis said he was ‘deeply moved’ by Alfie’s death. The leader of the Catholic Church – who had earlier met with parents Tom and Alfie – added: ‘Today I pray especially for his parents, as God the Father receives him in his tender embrace’

      A balloon release was also held in Dublin while thousands of Huddersfield Town and Everton fans held a minute-long clap for Alfie at the John Smith’s Stadium in Huddersfield (pictured)

      Supporters have gathered at a park close to Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool as they prepare for a balloon launch 

      Around 400 turned out to support Alfie’s parents Kate James and Thomas Evans at nearby Springfield Park in Liverpool

      Carrying blue and purple balloons, more than 1,000 people arrived at the park for the emotional tribute to Alfie

      But as the tributes poured in, there was continuing controversy, with pro-life campaigners calling for more rights to be given to families wanting to care for their children themselves.

      The Christian Legal Centre, which supported Alfie’s parents in court, said the child should at least have been allowed to spend his last days at home. But it said this had not been possible because of ‘unnecessary delays’.

      Spokeswoman Andrea Williams said: ‘The whole thing could have been avoided by simply allowing Alfie to be taken to a hospital of his parents’ choice that would have given him the care they were looking for with another team.’

      The couple had been embroiled in a bitter legal battle with Alder Hey over their wish to remove their son and fly him to Rome. 

      Medical experts insisted that more treatment would not have reversed his rare terminal condition, but his parents had wanted him treated at the Vatican’s Bambino Gesu hospital and the Pope had encouraged the move.

      But Alfie was removed from his ventilator last Monday after his parents failed to overturn an earlier court decision, and a ruling on Wednesday also went against them.

      With feelings running high, supporters blamed the hospital for blocking the parents’ wishes, while critics questioned whether pro-life campaigners had given false hope.

      Last night, senior doctors said they feared junior medics would shun careers in paediatrics to avoid receiving abuse when making life-or-death decisions. Dr Peter-Marc Fortune, president of the Paediatric Intensive Care Society, said: ‘We are already significantly short of doctors and nurses. The stresses of this sort of abusive behaviour are making it worse.’  

      The Alfie’s Army Official Facebook page put out a call for supporters to gather near the children’s hospital for the balloon release

      A young girl holds up blue and purple balloons this afternoon near Alder Hey Hospital following the announcement that ‘little soldier’ Alfie Evans had died

      The huge gathering outside the children’s hospital comes after Pope Francis tweeted he was praying for Alfie’s devastated parents Tom Evans and Kate James


      Pictured: Children and parents arrive at the park near Alder Hey Hospital

      A sea of blue and purple balloons filled the area outside the hospital, where 23-month-old Alfie Evans passed away

      Heartbroken: Alfie’s mother Kate James took to Facebook to announce the news that her son had passed away early this morning 

      Little Soldier: Alfie Evans died yesterday, his parents confirmed, after stunning medics to go on and live a further five days after his life-support was switched off 

      A supporter leaves tributes outside Alder Hey Hospital after Alfie Evans’ parents announced their son had died last night at 2.30am

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        Supporters gather outside Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool following the announcement of Alfie’s death. Well-wishers left floral tributes and a teddy bear outside the facility

        A woman is comforted outside the Liverpool children’s hospital as mourners leave floral tributes and toys

        Devastated supporters of Alfie began turning up at the hospital early yesterday morning, leaving floral tributes and balloons after his parents announced his death

        The hospital has been a catalyst for high-running emotions in recent weeks as protesters and supporters gathered outside in support of Alfie and his parents 

        Touching floral tributes are piling high outside Alder Hey Hospital after the youngster ‘gained his wings’

        A man lays a bouquet of flowers at the scene outside Alder Hey Children’s hospital in Liverpool yesterday morning


        Emotional scenes unfold outside the hospital this morning, where mourners are leaving tributes to ‘little soldier’ Alfie Evans 

        A woman brings toys to leave at the scene outside Alder Hey Hospital yesterday morning as tributes begin to pile up

        A woman leaves tributes outside Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, following the death on Saturday morning of 23-month-old Alfie Evans

        The 23-month-old was taken off life support on Monday and fought on for a further five days before ‘gaining his wings’ at 2.30am

        Supporters and well-wishers beginning to gather outside Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

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          Connie Yates, whose son Charlie Gard died last July after being diagnosed with a rare genetic condition, offered her condolences to Alfie Evans’ parents

          Connie Yates, pictured with her son Charlie Gard and Chris Gard, said: ‘Our deepest condolences are with Tom and Kate after the passing of Alfie who gained his wings today’

          Bradley Lowery’s mother Gemma, pictured together, paid tribute to Alfie Evans yesterday on Facebook

          A balloon release has been organised to take place at 2.30am, exactly 12 hours after Alfie ‘gained his wings’

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            Police had to step in to stop protesters trying to enter Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool where Alfie Evans was being treated for a degenerative neurological condition

            Mr Evans regularly spoke out against bosses at Alder Hey as he argued for his son to be transferred to a hospital in Italy with links to the Vatican 

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                Some of the protesters attempted to get into the hospital as police guarded the entrance

                Some of the group surge towards are door after protesters tried to block a road to the hospital

                Alfie’s father Tom said threatened private prosecutions against medics from the hospital

                A large crowd of around 200 demonstrators gathered outside the hospital

                Police guarded the hospital’s entrance after a group of protesters surged towards the door

                Merseyside Police said they recognised the ‘sensitivities’ involved in the case

                A large crowd gathered outside the hospital after Mr Evans spoke of his fears his son would die

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                  Around 200 people gathered outside the hospital after Mr Evans said his son would die

                  Protestors want the hospital to keep Alfie alive and allow his parents to decide his care

                  Protesters who call themselves ‘Alfie’s Army’ held placards outside the hospital

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                  There were tears among those who gathered outside the hospital in Liverpool

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                    Alfie Evans: Timeline of case brought by parents against hospital

                    2016

                    May 9: Alfie is born in Liverpool to parents Tom Evans and Kate James, now aged 21 and 20 respectively.

                    December: Alfie is taken to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital after suffering seizures. He will spend the next 12 months there.

                    Alfie Evans is born in Liverpool to parents Tom Evans and Kate James, now aged 21 and 20 respectively

                    2017

                    December 11: Hospital bosses say they are ‘liaising directly’ with the family after disagreements over his treatment. Alfie’s parents said the hospital has applied to the High Court to remove parental rights and withdraw ventilation.

                    December 19: A High Court judge, Mr Justice Hayden, begins overseeing the case at a public hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London. The hospital says continuing life-support treatment would not be in Alfie’s best interests, but his parents disagree and say they want permission to fly him to Italy for treatment. The judge says he will make a decision on what is best for Alfie.

                    2018

                    February 1: A hearing begins at the High Court in Liverpool in which lawyers acting for the hospital claim further treatment for Alfie is unkind and inhumane.

                    February 2: One of Alfie’s doctors tells the judge there is ‘no hope’ for the youngster, who is in a semi-vegetative state from a degenerative neurological condition doctors have not been able to definitively identify.

                    February 5: Mr Evans tells the court Alfie ‘looks me in the eye’ and wants his help.

                    February 20: Mr Justice Hayden rules in favour of hospital bosses, saying he accepted medical evidence which showed further treatment was futile.

                    March 1: Three Court of Appeal judges begin analysing the case after Alfie’s parents mount a challenge to the High Court ruling. The family ask for the appeal hearing to be adjourned for a few weeks so they can discuss the ruling with lawyers, but the judges refuse.

                    March 18 2018: As the family wait to hear back from the Supreme Court about their case, they share this photograph of the youngster being weaned of drug clobazam

                    March 6: Court of Appeal judges uphold the decision of Mr Justice Hayden.

                    March 8: Alfie’s parents ask for the case to be considered by Supreme Court justices.

                    March 20: Supreme Court justices decide the case is not worth arguing and refuse to give the couple permission to mount another appeal.

                    March 28: Judges at the European Court of Human Rights reject a bid from Mr Evans and Ms James for them to examine issues relating to Alfie’s future, saying they found no appearance of any human rights violation.

                    April 11: Mr Justice Hayden endorses an end-of-life care plan for Alfie drawn up by specialists.

                    April 12: Protesters gather outside Alder Hey hospital as Alfie’s father insists he has the right to take him home.

                    April 18 2018: This picture is shared as Alfie’s father flies to meet the Pope, with the caption, ‘I’d travel as many miles as needed, I’d climb the highest mountain’

                    April 16: Alfie’s parents argue he is being wrongly ‘detained’ at Alder Hey and make a habeas corpus application. Judges at the Court of Appeal in London rule against them and again uphold the decisions of Mr Justice Hayden. The couple’s lawyer said they might make a further appeal to the Supreme Court.

                    Merseyside Police launch an investigation into ‘instances of verbal abuse and acts of intimidation’ among protesters outside the hospital. Judges raise concerns about reports that ambulances and staff were unable to enter the hospital and that patients and their families had been frightened. Alfie’s parents apologise, saying they did not intend to ‘harm or cause conflict or upset’.

                    April 17: Mr Evans and Ms James ask Supreme Court justices to consider their case for a second time, a spokeswoman confirms.

                    April 18: Mr Evans flies to Rome and meets with Pope Francis. He kissed the Pope’s hand and begged the leader of the Catholic church to save Alfie’s life.

                    April 20: The Supreme Court rules against Alfie’s parents for a second time, refusing them permission to appeal against the decision. Mr and Mrs Evans had been trying to persuade the court that Alfie was being unlawfully detained at Alder Hey hospital.

                    The parents make an application to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg to take Alfie to Rome for treatment, instead of letting him come off life support.

                    April 23: The European Court of Human Rights refuse the application made by Alfie’s parents, saying: ‘The European Court of Human Rights has today rejected the application submitted by the family of Alfie Evans as inadmissible.’

                    A group of about 200 protesters tries to storm Alder Hey hospital, where Alfie has been receiving treatment. Police officers blocked the entrance as dozens of people charged at the doors.

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                      Alfie Evans is granted Italian citizenship. In a bid to facilitate moving Alfie to Italy to receive treatment, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: ‘Foreign minister Angelino Alfano and interior minister Marco Minniti have granted citizenship to little Alfie. The Italian government hopes that in this way, being an Italian citizen will enable the immediate transfer of the child to Italy.’

                      On Monday evening, a High Court Judge dismisses new submissions made in private by the lawyers for Alfie’s parents via telephone.

                      At around 9pm, life support is withdrawn by doctors at Alder Hey hospital, according to Mr Evans. He said in a Facebook post that his son had been breathing for himself since 9.17pm.

                      April 24: Alfie was still breathing on his own this morning, according to his father. At 7am, Mr Evans said: ‘Nine hours he has been breathing now. It’s actually come to the point where his mum is asleep next to him. She can actually go to sleep next to him. She feels comfortable with him.’

                      April 25: Alfie’s parents fail in an 11th-hour attempt to persuade judges to let them move the terminally-ill youngster to a foreign hospital.

                      April 26: Alfie’s parents pledge to work alongside doctors to give the boy ‘the dignity and comfort he needs’.

                      April 28: The 23-month-old – who was being treated at Alder Hey – died at 2.30am, Ms James and Mr Evans say on Facebook. ‘Our baby boy grew his wings tonight at 2:30 am. We are heart broken. Thankyou everyone for all your support,’ the post said.

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