NGA in the Evening Standard on the lack of maternity leave for mothers through surrogacy

October 30, 2009

The London Evening Standard has covered the lack of rights to maternity leave for mothers who have a child through surrogacy, and Natalie Gamble is quoted (read the Evening Standard article ‘Women who use surrogates in fight to claim maternity leave’). This is just one of the problems with surrogacy law which we are seeking to bring to the government’s attention as part of the Department of Health’s current consultation on changes to surrogacy law. 

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