A Conservative MP has called on the Crown Prosecution Service to drop the case against Ashya King's parents by the end of the day.
Tim Loughton, MP for East Worthing and Shoreham, called the case "the worst type of officaldom" and added that the treatment of the five-year-old's parents was "offensive", in a blog posted on his website.
By the end of today the CPS needs to have dropped the case.
Hampshire Police need to apologise and work out how they ever got in this mess in the first place and the NHS needs to offer to fly back the family and provide the proton treatment at the one clinic in the UK that offers it or else facilitate the treatment at the specialist hospital in the Czech Republic.
And then the Health Secretary and the Home Secretary need to bang some bureaucratic heads together.
Ashya King's parents told the Daily Mail they fled the UK after being told NHS treatments would leave him with life-long disabilities.
The head of the police force which applied for a European Arrest warrant against the parents of Ashya King has now urged their release.
A British mother whose son's life was saved by proton therapy has told ITV that she defied NHS doctors' advice to pursue the treatment.