Charity criticised after refusing to pay Ashya King’s parents' legal fees
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Charity criticised after refusing to pay Ashya King’s parents' legal fees

17 Oct 2014 | Alice Sharman

Kids 'n' Cancer UK has been criticised for saying it will not pay the legal fees of the family of Ashya King, despite receiving £50,000 worth of donations for Ashya King’s cause, after the NHS said that it would pay for his treatment.

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Charity criticised after refusing to pay Ashya King’s parents' legal fees

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