'Blue Monday' comes early…

The most depressing day of the year – ‘Blue Monday’ – usually falls later in January, however this year it looks as though it may have arrived early… If you felt down in the dumps and miserable yesterday, it’s highly likely that you weren’t the only one! A combination of terrible weather, a return to […]

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Sir Paul Coleridge warns of the dangers of family conflict

Leading High Court judge Sir Paul Coleridge has made a speech calling for married couples to be taught about monogamy in an effort to stem the rising tide of family breakdowns. In his speech, the family division judge warned of a ‘yawning public ignorance’ about the potentially harmful effects of family conflict upon children, even […]

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Figures highlight a rise in 'multi-households'

We’ve read with interest an article which was published in The Times on 1st November. The article by Rosemary Bennet, titled: “Children return to the nest with their partners in tow” highlights a growing trend in which offspring return to the family home, bringing their partner with them and creating a multi-family household. The number […]

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Sir Paul Coleridge calls for family law reform

In a speech made to the Family Law Conference in London on 9th October, Sir Paul Coleridge has emphasised the importance of getting family law right whilst also announcing his intention to retire to enable him to concentrate on his work as founder and Chairman of the Marriage Foundation. Sir Paul Coleridge, one of the […]

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Census shows that the UK now has a 'married minority'

According to final census results released last week, married couples have officially become a minority in the United Kingdom as the number of couples choosing not to marry increased by a massive 3.6 million in just 10 years. The new figures bring together the results of the 2011 census from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern […]

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