(Telegraph) The full scale of the surrogacy industry in India being used by Britons to become parents can be revealed. Indian authorities now believe the industry is worth as much as £1.5 billion each year, is growing rapidly, and say it needs regulating urgently; doctors who spoke to this newspaper told of British women who have babies through surrogates to avoid being pregnant and childbirth, raising fears of a “wombs to rent” culture. Click here to read more.

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