Difference between revisions of "United Kingdom"

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|Reproductive cloning=PROHIBITED
 
|Reproductive cloning=PROHIBITED
 
|Research cloning=regulated
 
|Research cloning=regulated
|Sex selection=?
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|Sex selection=Social uses prohibited
 
|Surrogacy=commercial prohibited
 
|Surrogacy=commercial prohibited
 
|European Union=Member
 
|European Union=Member
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* Commercial surrogacy is prohibited.
 
* Commercial surrogacy is prohibited.
 
* It is unlawful for intending parents to advertise for a surrogate, or for a woman to advertise a willingness to become a surrogate.   
 
* It is unlawful for intending parents to advertise for a surrogate, or for a woman to advertise a willingness to become a surrogate.   
* The Surrogacy Arrangements Act 1985 s.2(1) prevents a third party (though not a surrogate or intending parents) from initiating or taking part in negotiations, offering or agreeing to negotiate, or compiling any information with a view to its use in making, or negotiating the making of, surrogacy arrangements.  
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* The Surrogacy Arrangements Act 1985 s.2(1) prevents a third party (though not a surrogate or intending parents) from initiating or taking part in negotiations, offering or agreeing to negotiate, or compiling any information with a view to its use in making, or negotiating the making of, surrogacy arrangements.
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=Assisted reproductive practices explicitly permitted by the HFEA, and subject to licensing and regulation, are:
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=Assisted reproductive practices explicitly permitted by the HFEA, and subject to licensing and regulation, are:
  

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