give consent to

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Mr Robinson, Labour MP for Coventry North West, said: "In this country we have 16-yearolds who can leave school, start work, pay income tax, receive benefits, give consent to medical treatment, join the armed forces and get married.
After all, not many parents/ guardians would give consent to a child getting a tattoo.
The more protracted and pain-filled the "the trail of torment" the more mentally prepared patients were to give consent to amputation.
THE Rugby Football Union claims it did not give consent to Premiership Rugby granting European broadcasting rights.
The study cited scenes in Nature's Great Events, to make the point that, because animals cannot give consent to have their most secretive moments televised, the practice is unethical.
The lawyer, in her 40s, said she was too drunk to give consent to sex.
The mayor has already decided this application was 'hasty and dangerous' and will not give consent to the change of use of this much-loved public park.
Consent where it is in the best interests of children under 12 years, who are not sufficiently mature to give consent to HIV testing
The kid went willingly, but kids can't give consent to sex,'' said Arcadia police Detective Sandy Topel.
Any competent young person can give consent to any medical intervention," they say.
If someone can't form new memories, then to what extent can they give consent to have this implant?
We will be working in partnership with the RDA but unfortunately under the terms of their Charter, they are unable to give consent to the usage of the facility until they have seen it built.