Breakin’ up is hard to do. The immortal words of singer Neil Sedaka have, perhaps, never achieved the same level of fiscal poignancy as now they do, thanks to Brexit. A messy divorce might be similar I suppose.
So, what can we glean from this? That the lessons of a broken marriage on subsequent relationships should recommend the romantic equivalent of a trade deal, rather than returning anon to the path of an ever-closer union.
Curiously not. Most people who separate will marry again within 5
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