Marriage as an institution is said to be struggling. So much so that the Tory leader David Cameron has spoken out, saying that if they were in government they would lay out new proposals to benefit married couples, such as tax breaks and benefit reforms. Making a marriage a long and successful one is not just about how society treats the institution, but how couples value their union. Investing in platinum eternity rings is one way of reaffirming your marriage vows and publicly expressing your continued commitment, love and devotion.
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David Cameron believes that by strengthening the institution of marriage, we would help to mend what he calls Britain's 'broken society'. The Tory highlighted problems such as drug abuse, crime and teenage pregnancy as being out of control compared to the rest of Europe. Creating tax breaks for married couples he said, is crucial. Cameron believes society's ills are closely tied to family breakdown. Platinum eternity rings are one way of reinforcing a marriage and reminding couples of the commitment they made to each other on their wedding day. Cameron said in a speech on the issue in 2007: “Many couples choose not to get married, and that is absolutely their decision. The point I'm making is that marriage is a good institution. It should be supported. It should be recognised in the tax system.”