Daughter of brain-damaged woman tells court 'Mum's gone'

Family of Mrs P tells court of protection she would not want to be kept alive in the circumstances, while her sisters argue that she is attempting to communicate

The daughter of a brain-damaged woman being cared for on a hospital drip wept as she told a court: “My mum’s gone.”

She went on: “She’s physically there in the bed, but it’s not my mum. Visiting her is very hard because it’s a sharp reminder of what we’ve all lost and what my mum has lost. The essence of her has gone and I miss her.”

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