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The White House has requested a one-to-one meeting with the Prime Minister at the G20 gathering of world leaders in Hamburg.
The agenda for the hour-long meeting has not been released, but Downing Street is preparing for the Charlie case to come up.
Mrs May told the Commons the matter was in the hands of Great Ormond Street Hospital, where Charlie is in intensive care.
And the hospital, which won legal battles all the way to the Supreme Court to be allowed to remove his life-support, claimed its hands were tied by the courts.
They shared the picture as the Labour Party leader joined the debate on Charlie's future, which still hangs in the balance.And some medical experts have urged his parents to accept the difficult reality now facing them.'Any parent going through this would want their child to get the best possible treatment that could be found anywhere, and I think it is up to us to ensure they do get that best possible treatment.Great Ormond Street (GOSH) took Charlie's case to the High Court and a judge agreed to allow them to end Charlie's treatment because it was not in his 'best interests' after he agreed it will cause him pain and will not improve his condition.But Mr Corbyn stopped short of calling for Great Ormond Street to let them take the ten-month-old to America.He said: 'All I can say is that any parent would feel for those parents and say if it was my child that was going through a terrible, terrible trauma like this, a life threatening trauma, you'd move might and main to get them the best treatment they can. Charlie's future looks increasingly bleak today with doctors refusing to let him leave the hospital and Theresa May and Boris Johnson deciding not to intervene.