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Now they’re suing the agency, with the backing of Theresa May (who is their local MP) and the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).
Sandeep, 35, told the Times that ‘giving an adopted child – no matter what race – the security of a loving home was all we wanted to do’.
A British Asian couple are suing an adoption agency for allegedly refusing to let them adopt a child in the UK, and for telling them to go to India instead.
After Ms Calvert-Lee filed the case, she said Adopt Berkshire told the Manders they could register for adoption, but she said her clients’ trust had been eroded and they had “no option but to look abroad”.
A Sikh couple have claimed they were not allowed to adopt a white child due to their “cultural heritage”.
Sandeep and Reena Mander said they were told not to apply to adopt a child as white British or European applicants would be given preference.
However, they said they were told not to apply to become adoptive parents because white applicants from Britain and Europe would be given preference.
The Manders told the Times that they are desperate for a child, having tried IVF unsuccessfully 16 times over the course of seven years.