The UK's ongoing financial problems are putting an increasing strain on family relationships, a survey has suggested.
Of 2,742 people polled by the Relate charity, 59% were worried about their economic prospects for the new year.
Covering their own household bills remains the top concern for most, while 38% admitted financial worries had led to more family arguments and stress.
Relate said politicians should take into account the cost to the economy of families breaking up.
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