Married couples need to be taught about monogamy to help stem a tide of family breakdown which could blight life in Britain for decades, a leading High Court judge will say today.
Sir Paul Coleridge, the family division judge, will warn of “yawning public ignorance” about the damaging mental effects on children of conflict between parents, even from birth.
It emerged last week that Sir Paul, who is retiring next year, decided to step down because of opposition from within the judiciary to his support for traditional marriage.
Some relationships don’t change with a bit of extra-marital shagging, some are destroyed by it and some thrive on it.
There simply isn’t a one fits all model that we should be teaching anyone.