Ashya King's parents fear UK return

The parents of five-year-old cancer patient Ashya King have told Good Morning Britain they are "scared" to return to the UK as they fear their son could be taken into care.

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Ashya King's parents say they are too scared to return

Brett & Naghemeh King with their son Ashya as he recovers from proton beam therapy

The parents of five-year-old Ashya King have done an interview with ITV's Good Morning Britain from Spain. The little boy from Southsea in Portsmouth was removed from Southampton Hospital by his parents earlier this year, sparking an international hunt.

Ashya was treated for brain cancer by doctors at a Czech proton therapy centre in Prague. Medical staff said he has responded well to treatment. In the interview from Spain, where the family are currently staying, Brett & Naghemeh King said they were took scared to return home to Hampshire.

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