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Coleridge’s impractical marriage message

By Jennie Bristow  

“However wonderful and exciting a relationship is, you can’t sustain it at that level; and that is the reality. Soon you find the new partner is as flawed as the last.” If this is the new messiah for marriage, I’d hate to hear a critic. Sir Paul Coleridge, a senior High Court judge, was talking about his new campaign to promote marriage: which you do, apparently, not by extolling the virtues of matrimony but…

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