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A charity based in Derbyshire says it is on standby to fly to Prague after a judge gave the parents of Ashya King permission to take him there for cancer treatment.
KidsnCancer which is based in Chesterfield, has reached out to help Ashya's family, and say people have pledged thousands of pounds to help fund the proton beam therapy on his brain tumour at a specialist clinic.
Mike Hyman from the charity said they are now awaiting official confirmation of the decision.
More details of the agreement reached between lawyers and a hospital in Southampton where he was being treated are due to be heard in the Family Division of the High Court on Monday.
A cancer charity in Derby said the King family have accepted their offer to pay the full cost of the proton beam treatment for five-year-old Ashya.
Kidsncancer chief executive Mike Hyman told ITV News they have been inundated with donations from the public following the arrest of Brett and Naghmeh King. He said:
The donation page set up by the charity has made almost £24,000 so far.