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David Cameron's fallacy

I was glad to hear an item on yesterday's Today programme pointing out the logical error in David Cameron's claim that couples who are married are more likely to stay together and have healthier and more successful children. The obvious fallacy in this is that the correlation, even if true, does not prove cause and effect. It is surely more likely that those couples who marry are already in a more stable relationship.


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