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HUNGARY should interest all students of marriage because their marriage rates have soared 89% in the past decade. I went to a conference in Budapest

HUNGARY should interest all students of marriage because their marriage rates have soared 89% in the past decade. I went to a conference in Budapest and later met their Families Minister in London to find out how they’ve done it

COHABITING COUPLES should not have the same rights as married couples. It will undermine commitment, I argued in my evidence to the Women and Equalities Committee in parliament

Watch a clip of one of my contributions to the committee. It’s had over 20,000 views on social media!

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Family breakdown costs £50bn a year

When couples split up, families move from one to two households. Poverty is a common outcome that affects children. Six out of ten lone parents

Stability is found in Marriage

Whereas stability is the norm if parents are married (75% stay together), it is the exception if they are not (30% stay together). As a

Single Most Important Factor

The single most important factor in a child’s healthy development is the stable relationship of the parents. Our groundbreaking research shows that family breakdown is

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