Source Independent News
People who donate sperm, eggs or an embryo for use by infertile couples will no longer be able to remain anonymous and will have to provide personal information for a register.
The disclosure will be enforced under the Children and Family Relationships Act, and will mean children conceived in this way will know both their parents.
The plan is to set up a register with all the individual donor’s details, according to the Department of Health.
Some fertility clinics here objected to the provision, saying it would lead to a fall-off in donors.