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Sunday Times article: ‘How to make arguments good   for your relationship’

Arguing is not always a bad thing. It can be a sign that you are invested in your relationship and that your partner still matters to you. But there's a right way to do it, says Anna Moore   Anna Moore  

From time to time — once or twice a year — I'll have an ugly, explosive row with my husband. I once lobbed a bowl of curry across the living room (ten years on, the stains remain). I've stormed out of the house and circled the

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New-born babies to suffer highest rates of family breakdown since records began

Latest figures from the ONS reveal babies born in 2012 will suffer higher rates of family breakdown than any previous generation. 354,000 of the 729,674 children born last year will experience the breakdown of their parents’ relationship by the time they are 13-15 years old, according to projections made based on current trends by the Marriage Foundation think tank. Harry Benson, of the Marriage Foundation, found that of the 51 per cent of children who will still be living with their par

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Paul Coleridge addresses the Family Law Conference in London

For a copy of Sir Paul's speech, “Lobbing a few pebbles in the pond; the funeral of a dead parrot”, delivered to the Family Law Conference 2013 at the Hilton Hotel on October 9th, 2013.

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Sunday Times article: ‘Family law hopelessly outdated, says Judge’

One of the country's top family Judges will call today for divorce laws to be overhauled. Family law should reflect society "as lived now — not in the distant past", Sir Paul Coleridge, a High Court Judge, will tell a conference in London. Current law was designed in a "wholly different era to deal with a different society", he will say.   "In the immortal words of John Cleese, it is a dead parrot. It is no more. It has gone to meet its Maker. Or should do."   Sir Paul wi

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