Natalie Gamble warns of the legal problems of foreign surrogacy in today’s Evening Standard

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’.

More on international surrogacy law and the problems with current surrogacy laws from our website.

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