Speaking on behalf of Neon's father, solicitor Gwen Williams said:
"He is very grateful for the careful way in which Mr Justice Bodey has conducted his analysis of the facts and the sympathy he has shown to all the family.
"He is also grateful to the medical teams for the great care that they have shown towards Neon and continue to show towards Neon and for the great time and energy they have devoted to this case in general."
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