Statistical bulletin:Divorces in England and Wales: 2016. Dissolutions and annulments of marriage by. 18 October 2017. Next release:. divorce statistics do not include married couples who separate but do not divorce. divorces where the .
This statistic shows the divorce rate in Great Britain from 2000 to 2016. The divorce rate is defined as 'people divorcing per 1000 married male/female population .
Divorce rates have fallen but does that mean relationships are becoming more stable?. 15 July 2017. In 2015, the most recent year we have figures for, 101,055 opposite sex couples divorced in England and Wales, according to figures .
18 October 2017. For those in opposite-sex marriages, the divorce rate was highest for women in their 30s and men. ONS spokeswoman Nicola Haines said: "Although the number of divorces of opposite-sex couples in England and Wales. peak in 2003; divorce rates for men and women have seen similar changes.".
Britain has the highest divorce rate in the European Union, with 2.8 marriage break-ups for every 1000 people, a survey reveals.
The number of divorces in England and Wales have slightly increased- as shown by the latest figures out today from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) .