NGA quoted in the Evening Standard on the legal problems of foreign surrogacy

May 29, 2009
Today’s Evening Standard has highlighted the potential legal minefield for British parents of foreign-born surrogate children. Following extensive coverage of the boom in Indian surrogacy earlier in the week (and the leading case of Re X and Y which was the first English case to explore the legal problems for British couples who go abroad for surrogacy), today’s Evening Standard article, which quotes Natalie Gamble as a leading fertility law expert, focuses on the legal problems and the urgent need for a review of the law in the UK. Read the Evening Standard article ‘Parents who hire foreign surrogates risk losing children’.

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