It is "fabulous news" that the Government is recognising the importance of relationships - because they have the power to fix some of the most common problems couples face, the head of a relationship counselling service told Good Morning Britain.
Ruth Sutherland, chief executive of Relate, said that of the one million people they see a year, most couples are arguing over money or the impact of work on family life and that "these are things within the gift of government to do something about."
Relate are to see their taxpayer funding doubled as part of the Prime Minister's plans to support families.
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