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Children's health A surrogate mother has lost custody of her child after a court ruled he would be better placed with the gay couple who arranged for her to have the baby. A senior judge said that the child's "identity needs as a child of gay intended parents" would be better fulfilled if he lived with the couple. The woman signed a surrogacy agreement with the men, who she had she met online, and travelled to Cyprus in September to have an embryo transferred. But the two families fell out and the woman and her husband changed their minds about giving the child up. She did not tell the men about the birth for more than a week after it took place last April.