In our public consultation document – link below – we outline a proposal for compulsory paternity testing at birth, because a large number of men are tricked into financially providing for many years for children who are not biologically their own. The proposal’s on p.11 of the document:
Further indications of the extent of paternity fraud in the UK are revealed in a letter received today from the Department of Work & Pensions, in response to our recent Freedom of Information Act request. The first of the following links will take you to the original document, the second includes my commentary.
The case for compulsory paternity testing at birth just became stronger.