His wife, Anne, said last night that if he was discharged today he would go straight to hospital in Britain for more rest. 'His morale is high . . . he wants to eat more. He loves Italian ice cream, and he may be able to eat some tomorrow.' But she added: 'We are not taking any risks. When we go home he is going right to the hospital.'
Mr Heseltine was in a satisfactory condition, doctors said yesterday: 'He is relaxed and is sitting up in bed.' Tests carried out on Monday and yesterday were satisfactory and he remained in the cardiology intensive care unit as a ' normal precaution', they said.Reuse content