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  • Cameron welcomes CPS Ashya u-turn

    David Cameron has welcomed a decision to drop the prosecution of the parents of cancer patient Ashya King. Brett and Naghemeh King have been released from custody in Madrid where they were being held after removing their five-year-old son from a Southampton hospital. They were detained in Spain under a European Arrest...

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