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Rows over Brexit have ended 1.6million relationships across the UK since EU referendum in 2016

MailOnline Sunday, 20 January 2019
Rows over Brexit have ended 1.6million relationships across the UK since EU referendum in 2016Couples said they had split up with a long-term partner or stopped seeing someone new because of Brexit bust-ups.
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