More than half of sperm donations in the UK come from abroad
Regulators reveal the US and Demark are the greatest exporters to Britain
We do have a great shortage of people willing to donate sperm given the rules surrounding sperm donation.
So, change the rules, obviously.
The most common country for export was the US, from where 27 per cent of donations came, along with 21 per cent from Denmark.
In such countries, expenses are more generous, while those considering using a sperm donor are able to leaf through catalogues of donors and select via particular physical attributes or occupations.
In Britain only “reasonable” expenses can be paid and such information is not made available.
It’s not difficult, is it? These ‘ere rules work, those there don’t. So, copy what works……