Skip to comments.Number of unmarried parents doubles (in UK)
Posted on 11/01/2012 9:01:13 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The number of children being brought up by unmarried couples in Britain has doubled since the mid-1990s.
Official figures also show that the number of same-sex couples living together has increased eightfold in that time and that the number of homosexual or lesbian couples bringing up children has trebled in the past two years alone.
Unmarried couples are now more likely than married couples to have children.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
Isn’t diversity grand?
A once proud culture in it’s terminal stages.
I guess “God save the Queen” has taken on a whole new meaning in once-great England.
Hey, UK......guess what.....seems your haughty “post-Christian” culture is sucking you down the toilet of history. Great, eh? You reap what you sow, boys and girls. You know what you need to do if you have the humility and the balls to do it in the face of such idiotic, rampant political correctness.
Unfortunately the numbers are trending the same way in the US, we’re just about ten years behind...
My husband said that he saw a news program that said if you get pregnant and have a baby in the UK, the government will give you a “free” house.
correct, teg — rightonline, we shouldn’t condemn the Brits when we are heading in the same direction. We should be learning from their mistakes rather than following them
You reap what you sow, and unfortunately it is the children and future generations who will pay the largest price for the liberal socialist idiocy that has led down this road.
Depraved UK is depraved
Sounds more like men & women in the UK really hate each other & are seeking the same-sex out of desperation. But why am I not suprised? The GLBTs have always hated people of the opposite gender
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