When Is Marriage?
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A lot has changed since the 1960s.
The number of marriages in England and Wales is now more than 250,000.
But for the first time ever, it is not about whether you’re married or not.
The marriage question, once a hot topic in the UK, is not.
This is the story of a new way of looking at the issue.
It is not marriage, but family law, that is changing.
This story is from the new series of BBC News.
A couple at the wedding of one of the two people behind the wedding at St Andrew’s Cathedral in central London in November 1967.
The story was told in the BBC’s The History Channel series, Marriage: A History.
What we know today about marriage What we knew in the 1960 and 1970s Marriage was a traditional, exclusive institution between two adults, one male and one female.
In those days, married people were usually older than their children, with the children usually going on to marry someone else, usually their parents.
In other words, people were supposed to be married for life.
Marriage was about more than money.
It was about children.
People who got married often had children who were married to them.
Children often became second parents to their parents, or extended families.
And in some cases, they became grandparents.
It wasn’t just the money.
People also had to go out to the country, where they married and had children.
They had to be very, very good to their wives, and they had to work very hard.
It didn’t matter whether they were married for money, because they were very good at what they did.
They could earn a lot of money if they worked hard.
In the 1970s and 1980s, however, things started to change.
People started to get married outside the home.
It started with weddings in cinemas and the cinema chain, which now has more than 150 cinemas in Britain.
They started to happen at weddings.
People were going out for weddings.
And the marriage of one person to another became more common.
There was a huge rise in the number of people getting married.
By 1990, almost half of the marriages in Britain were for money.
In 2001, the number had risen to 58%.
This was happening at a time when the marriage rate was falling.
Today, people get married more often.
There are still fewer people getting divorced than there were in the early 1990s, and the divorce rate is actually falling.
But things are changing.
In 2002, the average marriage lasted 14 years.
In 2013, it was 16.
The average divorce lasted 13 years.
What does that mean?
It means that the average couple has grown.
They are a lot more involved.
They don’t just want to be single people.
They want a family.
They’ve got children, and so they are able to work longer hours and be a lot less stressed.
People do get married for a number of reasons.
They’re people who are very happy together.
They have a lot in common.
They love to go to events.
They like their friends.
They know each other well.
And they’re in a very happy and healthy relationship.
What has changed?
People have moved away from a tradition that had very few formalities.
They used to have one man and one woman at a wedding, but today they are very much in a variety of relationships.
They may have had an affair, but now they are going out together.
And people are starting to live together.
Marriage has become more acceptable, not less.
It has become an acceptable way of life.
And it’s becoming more acceptable for young people to get involved.
People can marry, and then get engaged.
The divorce rate has fallen to 13.6% – down from 15.4% in 2013.
The trend is also changing for young couples.
In 2015, a young couple got engaged and then got divorced in their 30s.
Now the average age at first marriage for young adults is 27, up from 24 in 2013 and 21 in 2000.
The increase is partly because people are having children, but also because more young people are going on holiday to have children.
Young people also want to have more time together.
In 2014, there were 1.7 million people aged 18 to 24 who were living alone.
This was up from 1.2 million in 2013, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Marriage is now part of the fabric of modern life.
So why is the UK still having so many problems with marriage?
There are three main reasons.
First, there is a big difference between marriage and family law.
It’s a new institution, but it is also the same as what is going on in many other areas, including child protection, health and employment.
In many areas, it’s an extension of existing legislation that has been in place for decades.
The other main reason is that there is so much more money to spend on a wedding.
The BBC’s story
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