It has been discovered that immigrants are coming into this country in the form of donated eggs from Russia, Ukraine, Poland and Latvia. The latest uproar concerns that of a 66-year-old woman who, if the birth becomes successful, will become Britain's oldest mother.
The woman, who did not want to be named, is a managing director of an East Anglian Textile Manufacturing firm. Although once married, the lady did not have any children from the relationship because she was too wrapped up in her work.
She told In Seine News in an exclusive interview;
"I really didn't want children when I started my textile business because I felt that it would be an extra burden and would disrupt my dealings. Now that things have become more established, I have realised that I am now 66 all of a sudden and still haven't got any children. I would dearly love to be able to leave my company to an heir. I really don't see what the problem is. I'm working a full 9-to-5 job for eight days a week and on top of that, I workout in the gym for three hours every day both before and after work and so I am really fit!"
"I think it's best that I stay in the background and don't seek any publicity because there are those who would criticise and say that I will be well into my 80s before the child enters its teens. I blame the government - they actually want people to work in their 70s and then be looked after by their children and so I need to get my skates on!"
"The fact that such fertility treatment is illegal in this country is really asking for trouble - it is opening the doors for foreigners to come in via the womb. Who knows - I may be carrying a part of the Russian aristocracy and hence related to Boris Johnson!" She said.