This question originally had the clickbait title of:
Did the UK government kill a baby with mitochondrial depletion syndrome against the parents' wishes?
This use of the word "kill" was potentially watered down compared to the claim quote in the question, namely that:
the court system in the United Kingdom, at the behest of National Health Service bureaucrats, abducted and murdered an 8-month-old baby
The question then posed at the end of the question body was:
Is this an accurate account of what occurred?
Given all this, the title seemed an accurate representation of the claim.
The title has since been edited to:
Did the UK government allow a baby with mitochondrial depletion syndrome to die against the parents' wishes?
The stated reason for the edit was:
kill may give the wrong impression
In my opinion this edit was incorrect and made for incorrect reasons. The claim is that the government killed (murdered) the baby, an answer should state that they didn't "kill" it, but "allowed it to die".
The edit substantially changes answers from being "No", meaning the government didn't kill it, to "Yes" meaning the government did allow it to die.
This is being raised as a meta question rather than a proposed rollback by me in order to avoid an edit war. Votes up on the question will be taken to agree with me that the title should be rolled back, votes down mean that the revised title should stand.