Only one in six people in Britain think they live as part of a traditional family, according to claims by a new think-tank yesterday.
only a small minority come from ‘traditional nuclear families’ with
married parents and two or more children, the Centre for the Modern
report said the traditional family is out of date and that the
Government should consider ways to support alternative family forms that
are adopted by the majority.
the group’s research and findings were criticised by analysts who said
that according to official statistics, six out of ten of all families
with children are led by two married parents.