The parents of five-year-old Ashya King have been given the go-ahead to take him to a clinic in Prague for further treatment for his brain tumour.
A High Court judge ruled this evening that Brett and Naghmeh King could take their son to the Czech Republic for proton beam therapy, which is not available on England’s NHS.
The Kings were the subject of a global manhunt last week when they took Asyha from a hospital in Southampton, England without permission, with the aim of getting him to Prague.
Mr and Mrs King were arrested last weekend in Spain, but they were released earlier this week without charge.
Court officials said more details on the judge’s ruling would be given at a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court early next week.