The idea of marriage in Britain is still very much in the minds of many.
But according to data released this week by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), there has been a dramatic change since last year.
According to data from the Office of National Statistics, more people have married their daughters than they have married sons.
According, the ONS says that between January 2017 and March 2018, the number of marriages for girls in England and Wales fell by nearly a third, from 4,717 to 4,531.
For boys, the decline was almost identical, from 2,619 to 2,722.
The ONS data, released on Friday, also revealed that the number marrying for girls has dropped by a third over the same period.
The reason for the decrease is clear: from 2.6 million in March to 2.5 million in the first quarter of 2019.
But there are some interesting facts about the numbers of people marrying for their daughters.
For starters, the total number of people married for their daughter has been falling.
From 1.6 billion in March, it dropped to 1.5 billion in the quarter of March.
The total number marrying their daughter for their son has also been falling: from 3.3 million in April to 2 million in September.
The number of girls married for a son has been increasing: from 665,000 in April, to 862,000 by the end of the quarter.
But the number who are marrying for a daughter is not changing: in the last six months, just over half the girls married their sons.
“We are seeing that the girls are having more children, and so they have a higher demand on the family,” said Dr Michael Gough, an economist at the University of Warwick.
And that has been one of the biggest drivers of the growth in marriages for daughters.” “
So the economic reasons are different between the sexes.
And that has been one of the biggest drivers of the growth in marriages for daughters.”
Gough said that although the drop in the number married for daughters was significant, the decrease in the proportion of girls marrying for sons could also be important.
The majority of girls who marry for sons are in their early 20s.
But Gough added that this was also a factor in why fewer young girls are going to university.
“That’s why you’ve seen a huge number of women starting out in higher education, which could be a significant part of the change,” he said.
“It could be the main driver of that.”
The increase in the percentage of men married for sons is also important.
According the ONSPAC, the percentage is up by 13% in the past five years, but it is still lower than the percentage for girls, which rose by 12%.
But Guff said it was also partly due to the number being married for men’s partners.
The figure for women’s partners is down by 8% in that same period, but is still significantly higher than the figure for men, which is down 2%.
“If you have a father in a very, very strong position, he may have to take a risk to support his children, so that’s a factor as well,” he added.
“And so that could be contributing to a drop in marriages in which the father is married.”
Guff also pointed out that while it was encouraging to see that the percentage has fallen for both men and women, there is still a big gender gap when it comes to marriage rates for children.
Of the 1.3 billion children who were married in England, just 1.1% were aged under six, compared to 1% for girls and 0.7% for boys.
According a report by the ONSC, it’s also not just about the economic costs.
In addition to the economic pressures, Gough warned that the rise in divorce rates was partly responsible for the rise.
“There are some very good reasons for divorce, and some of those reasons have to do with social factors,” he explained.
“You see a lot of men who are not in a strong position in the home, who are very, really stressed and so if they get divorced, they’re really going to have an economic impact on their partner’s financial future.”
But it’s not just that.
You also have people who are living in a bad marriage situation and so their relationship is damaged and they are going into debt, so their partner is not able to support them financially and so that creates more financial problems for them as well.
“In terms of gender inequality, Guff believes that there is a “very important” role for the government to play in addressing this issue.
I think we have a real problem with the quality of childcare that is available in the United Kingdom,” he