A judge will decide tomorrow whether a 7-year-old Devon boy can have a second course of treatment for cancer against his mother's wishes.
Neon Roberts, from Tiverton, had an operation yesterday on the orders of a judge in the High Court.
Today the court was told the operation had gone well - but now the judge must decide whether to overrule the mother a second time - and approve radiotherapy which she fears will have long-term side-effects.
From the High Court, Bob Constantine reports:
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