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Was Facebook cited as a reason for a third of UK divorces in 2010 in which unreasonable behaviour was a factor?

The Daily Mail, unsurprisingly, has provided a misleading 'clickbait' title for the article. The title doesn't match up with what details they actually say in the article (and which you cited) - your ...
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Is there a positive correlation between number of sexual partners and likelihood of failed marriage in the United States?

From Counterintuitive Trends in the Link Between Premarital Sex and Marital Stability: This research brief shows that the relationship between divorce and the number of sexual partners women have ...
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Was Facebook cited as a reason for a third of UK divorces in 2010 in which unreasonable behaviour was a factor?

No, it isn't. I'm not sure if there is a similar headline-to-story mismatch in the cited article (firewall at work), but for the question, the title does not match the claim. "a reason for a ...
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