Apparently one in ten British couples trust each other so little they have a joint Facebook account

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Forget joint bank accounts, one in ten British couples now have a joint Facebook account.

In really depressing relationship news of the day, it’s been revealed that 11 per cent of British couples now have a joint Facebook account.

And surprisingly the trend isn’t most common among tech un-savvy silver surfers, but couples aged 25 – 30.

And here’s the truly depressing bit – the most common reason given for this was ‘lack of trust’.

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Nick Swan, CEO of who conducted the study, said:

‘Joint Facebook accounts seem like a good idea if you’re perhaps an older couple who only uses Facebook to check in with the grandkids or keep in touch with family, but I think they spell trouble for young couples. If you don’t trust your partner enough to let them have their own Facebook account, there are obviously issues in the relationship that need solving.

Nick, we couldn’t agree more.

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