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- Cross-party support for landmark government bill as it enters the Commons today - Ministers want to end unnecessary ‘mudslinging’ and allow divorcing couples to move forward amicably. Divorcing couples will soon no longer have to make allegations about each other’s conduct, after a landmark bill was introduced by Justice Secretary David Gauke today (13 June 2019). The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill aims to make divorce less acrimonious – reforming our 50-year-old divorce laws – to ensure the process better supports couples to move forward as constructively as possible. The government has acted to make sure that when a relationship regrettably breaks down, the law doesn’t stir... Full story

9 July