Published: 13th October 2016
The Law Commission has invited views on a number of points of law as it relates to surrogacy.
In its response CMF argues there is no need for reform as the law currently works well in protecting surrogate mothers and their children. Reforms that would prioritise commercial interests, or the rights of prospective commissioning parents, would inevitably remove some of these protections. CMF further suggests that responsibility for review of the law should rest with Parliament, not the Law Commission.
Philippa Taylor (CMF Head of Public Policy) 020 7234 9664
Steven Fouch (CMF Head of Communications) 020 7234 9668
Alistair Thompson on 07970 162 225
Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) was founded in 1949 and is an interdenominational organisation with over 4,000 British doctor members in all branches of medicine. A registered charity, it is linked to about 65 similar bodies in other countries throughout the world.
CMF exists to unite Christian doctors to pursue the highest ethical standards in Christian and professional life and to increase faith in Christ and acceptance of his ethical teaching.