Alfie Evans breathing unaided, father says

Vatican official calls for 'shared response' to help terminally ill British toddler

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Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, the President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, has called for a "shared response" to find a solution that could see terminally ill British toddler Alfie Evans receive treatment outside the United Kingdom.

He continued: "They say Alfie is suffering".

His parents Tom Evans and Kate James gave him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation all night after he was taken off life support, the sources said.

"He's now on oxygen", Evans said. He said he was losing his colour and his fingers were turning blue.

"He is still working, he's doing as good as he can", he told reporters.

Alfie's parents, Evans, 21, and Kate James, 20, want to take him to the Vatican's Bambino Gesu Pediatric Hospital.

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"Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano and Interior Minister Marco Minniti have granted citizenship to little Alfie". If there is anything at all that can be done, may the Lord enable us by His love and grace to effect it.

They had already lost fights in the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights after Mr Justice Hayden ruled that doctors could stop providing life-support treatment for the 23-month old. A large group then attempted to storm the entrance before being blocked by police.

"I sat down with the doctor, it was a lengthy talk for about 40 minutes and he ended up saying that I'm right, and I was right, I've always been right", Mr. Evans claims, though Alder Hey have not yet given an official statement on the child's condition, or whether they will re-institute life support care.

In a heartfelt Facebook post, Tom said his son is still surviving without life support after 10 "horrendous scary heartbreaking hours".

But his parents have insisted recovery is possible and want to take him to Rome for further treatment.

"No-one knows why. But that it has happened and is continuing to happen can not be denied".

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Alfie continued to breathe unaided, but with some coughing, for some six hours with hospital staff refusing to intervene to help with either ventilation or hydration. "It also means that there is no hope of his ever getting better".

Patients have been advised to attend appointments "as normal" as the hopsital is "operating as usual".

'Please be aware, out of respect for the privacy of Alfie and his family we will not be issuing any updates about his condition. It added that Alfie's best interests, not his parents wishes, were the "gold standard" which they must consider. "Clearly this is a complex legal matter but at its heart is the wellbeing of a young child and that remains everyone's focus".

About 100 people gathered outside the building on Monday.

Diplomatic contacts are ongoing with the aim of putting Alfue back on life support, sources said.

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