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Britain's first gay surrogate parents cleared in clinical trial scandal

Barrie and Tony Drewitt-Barlow give a statement outside Southwark Crown Court

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Recorded: Thu 03 Nov 2011, 13:52 GMT
Released: Thu 03 Nov 2011, 13:54 GMT

- social issue > minority group > gays and lesbians
- health > hospital and clinic
- crime, law and justice > judiciary (system of justice)
- crime, law and justice > trials

Location: London, UNITED KINGDOM

London, UNITED KINGDOM, Thu 03 Nov 2011, 13:52 GMT

The millionaires, who have five surrogate children, were accused of fabricating test results for two clinical trials, one of them for children's medication, between July 2006 and June 2007. The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, which was prosecuting the case, said it was the first case of its kind to go to court under the Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations. The couple have been cleared of all charges and say they are delighted that the jury found them not guilty.

Surrogate, Clinical, Parents, Fathers

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