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ALFIE FIRST: Tom Evans thanks supporters as NHS agree to provide more care for Alfie

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TOM EVANS has told the world that he and Alder Hey hospital will work together to put Alfie first and provide the care that his boy needs.

An exhausted Tom said: “In Alfie’s interests we will work with his treating team on a plan that provides our boy with the dignity and comfort he needs.”

Tom thanked supporters and added: “We are very grateful and we appreciate all the support we have received from around the world.”

He also laid tribute to global supporters: “Italian and Polish supporters, have dedicated their time and support to our incredible fight.”

He called for calm and asked supporters to return home: “We would now ask you to return back to your everyday lives and allow myself, Kate and Alder Hey to form a relationship, build a bridge and walk across it.”

He thanked Alder Hey at “every level for their dignity and professionalism during what must be an incredibly difficult time for them too.”

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Adding: “Together we recognise the strains (that) recent events have put upon us all and we now wish for privacy for everyone concerned.

“In Alfie’s interests, we will work with his treating team on a plan that provides our boy with the dignity and comfort he needs.”

Mr Evans, 21 added that there would be no further statements issued or interviews given.

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