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There is also little consensus over whether it is money that makes people marry or it is those who marry who become better off.
All political parties have said they accept it is better for children if their parents stay together rather than break up.
'Once we take these factors into account, there are no longer any significant differences in these child outcomes between children of married and cohabiting parents.' The researchers also warned that 'some caution is needed in interpreting our findings', which 'require some judgment on the part of the reader'.
The findings are likely to be welcomed by Children's Secretary Ed Balls, who has led Labour's campaign against the Tory proposals for a marriage tax break.
Sure there are a few people who actually leave their wives when they have met their “soul mate”. Although he gets to the point where he is saying he loves the side chick, he is usually more in love with his kids.
But yesterday's IFS report said: 'Children of married parents do better than the children of cohabiting parents in a number of dimensions, particularly on measures of social and emotional development at the ages of three and five.
'But parents who are married differ from those who are cohabiting in very substantial ways, particularly relating to their ethnicity, education and socio-economic status.
By this time, she is more than likely already aware of the fact that he is unhappy in his marriage and the more time she spends with him she makes sure to plea her case as to why he should be with her instead.
The man more than likely plays into this often times telling her things such as “I wish I could have met you years ago”.