The Tory Party may be about to unintentionally adopt the Islamic approach to Divorce.
Islam discourages divorce but, unlike some religions, does make provisions for divorce by either party. Islam encourages the husband and wife to appoint arbitrators as the first step to aid in reconciliation in the process of divorce. If the reconciliation step fails, both the man and woman are guaranteed the right to divorce as established in the Quran.
The pronouncement by the husband may be verbal or written, but once made, there is to be a waiting period of three months ('Iddah).
Imagine my surprise when I read that the "cooling off" period proposed by the Tory think tank is coincidentally three months and as in the case on arbitrators in Islam, the Tory think tank is also proposing a "network of family relationship centres".