4 Apr, 2020
Natalie Gamble was interviewed on this morning’s BBC Radio 4 Today Programme (here at 7.14am) about the problems faced by surrogacy families in the current coronavirus crisis. Emergency travel documents for stranded surrogacy babies Our team is currently working with 14 British families with babies born or imminently due through international surrogacy in the USA, Canada, Ukraine, Georgia, seeking emergency travel documents to help them bring their children home to the UK. With th...
3 Apr, 2020
From: BBC – Main cast of The Nest The BBC’s new prime-time Sunday night drama tells the story of a surrogacy arrangement set in Glasgow. The Nest portrays a wealthy Glaswegian couple who are unable to conceive and by chance meet a vulnerable young woman, Kaya who (unbeknownst to them) seems to have a sinister criminal background. Kaya offers to be the couple’s surrogate on the condition that she is paid £50,000 (as the couple say that is what they would have paid for an internationa...
RT @BioNewsUK: How does the BBC’s new prime-time Sunday night drama, #TheNest, telling the story of a #surrogacy arrangement set in Glasgow…
@LawSurrogacy All those things are true in normal times. There is a way around it but nationality does need to be confirmed/granted first which is why it’s a multi agency process. Not straightforward but possible
Natalie was interviewed on the @BBCr4today programme this morning talking about rescuing surrogacy babies stranded overseas amidst coronavirus https://t.co/J0ngxYk5Qj
'Our baby was born to a surrogate abroad but coronavirus means we're stranded and can't bring her home' - The Telegraph
- The Telegraph, 28 March 2020
Surrogacy: new parents stuck in US amid Covid-19 shutdown
- The Guardian, 26 March 2020
Being a surrogate left me traumatised
- The Telegraph, 8 March 2020
Natalie on Victoria Derbyshire talking about surrogacy reform
- BBC, 16 February 2020