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Affairs - Satisfaction Or Fatal Attraction?
10 February 2002
Having an affair may bring some spice into your life, but it might also damage your health. That's according to the results of a recent Care for the Family/MORI survey, released at the start of this year's National Marriage Week.
Internet Café At Christmas Shelter Reconnects Homeless People With Old Friends & Family
23 December 2001
New MORI research published by Crisis shows that for 83% of the British public, contact with family is the most important aspect of Christmas. However, Crisis has found that for many homeless and vulnerable people, the memory of family members or friends they have lost touch with over the years can be the most painful aspect of Christmas.
New Survey Shatters Stereotypes Of Potential Adopters
8 October 2001
A new MORI survey, commissioned by BAAF, reveals that 1 in 4 people (24%) have considered or would consider adopting in the future. The research reveals that amongst those most likely to adopt, single and co-habiting couples are more likely to consider adopting in the future than married couples, families are twice as likely as childless households and black people are twice as likely as their white counterparts to consider adoption.
British Kids Say Parents Are To Blame For Couch Potato Lifestyle
19 August 2001
More than half (61%) of British teenagers think they don't spend enough time being active with their family according to a new survey published today. Most young people blame their parents for their family's inactivity with a third of them citing their parents' lack of time as the reason.
Britons Live In Sin Because It's Cheaper Than The Alternative!
10 July 2001
Money (or the lack of it) is partly to blame for the number of cohabiting couples according to recent research from the Association of Investment Trust Companies ("AITC"). When questioned over half of young couples living together said it was the cost of getting married that deterred them from tying the knot.