Application by the Home Office for personal welfare orders to authorise collection and testing of blood samples and disclosure of medical records where the two patients were unconscious following a suspected nerve agent attack.
William J granted the orders commenting that:
"I am satisfied it is in the broad parameters of their best interests for it to be known as far as may be possible what occurred to them"
Read the judgment on Bailii.
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