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Almost all intact couples with young teens are married, new MF research finds

45 per cent of young teenagers (aged 13-15 years old) are not living with both parents Half of all family breakdown takes place during the first two years Amongst parents who remain intact, 93 per cent are married Compelling new evidence that couples who don’t marry rarely offer a secure and stable home for their children has been produced in a major new piece of research. 45 per cent of young teenagers, aged 13-15, are no longer living with both their parents, a report carried out b

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Summer 2013 Newsletter now available

On the anniversary of our launch, Paul Coleridge looks back over the solid achievements of the first year and says that "there is everything to play for". Other items include reports of our recent research, details of our sell-out first national conference and a personal account from Harry Benson, our communications director, of how his own marriage came "back from the brink".

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