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One of Stephen Lawrence's racist killers has been handed taxpayer-funded legal aid - a privilege that Charlie Gard's parents were denied - after he was beaten up in jail.
David Norris, who was part of a gang who killed the teenager in Eltham, south east London, in 1993, is seeking £10,000 compensation after being left with a broken nose and ribs, two black eyes and needing 18 stitches to his face.
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'The heartbreaking case of Charlie Gard highlights why it's wrong for parents facing this situation to not have access to legal support or for there to be so much uncertainty.'The Ministry of Justice has appealed against Norris' legal aid, saying he brought about beating inside HMP Belmarsh by himself.
The judge who presided over baby Charlie's case has already been highly critical of the legal aid process.