...you so shamed them, that even in death, the vile NHS denies you even the dignity of a name.
Extraordinarily, despite her death, the blanket restrictions which ban the media from identifying ST or anything about her and her family or mentioning the hospital involved, still stand.Her family are devestated twice over: by the end of her brave fight, and by the intransigence and cowardice of the medical authorities and the state:
Her devastated parents said: 'We lost our beautiful and courageous daughter, known to the world as ST. To us she has a real name.'
They added: 'To her family she was everything and we will cherish and never forget the 19 years we had with her.
'The past year, however, has been one of struggle, even torture, for ST and for her family at the hands of the hospital and the Court of Protection.'
I hope some brave and selfless MP would stand up and name her in the Commons, but then, I remember too late, we don't have any, do we?