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Two months of pent-up frustration and irritation during Italy’s lockdown have led to a dramatic rise in divorce proceedings, lawyers said.

Petty niggles over leaving the loo seat up or not doing the washing-up have come to a head for many couples forced to live in close proximity since the country went into coronavirus shutdown in early March.

In what may be a harbinger of what is to come in Britain, Italian lawyers report a 30% increase in the number of couples inquiring about, or initiating, divorce proceedings.

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