High Court judge asks for second medical visitor to assess elderly woman removed from 'squalid' home

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A further assessment has been ordered of the decision making capacity of an elderly woman who was taken to hospital under High Court orders last month due to concerns about "extreme self-neglect" in a "squalid" home.
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