This chapter examines Hensley Henson's view of divorce. It explains that Henson believed that if divorce were prohibited, adultery and prostitution would flourish exceedingly. It also discusses Henson's support for A.P. Herbert's proposed Marriage Bill, which would widen the grounds for divorce to include cruelty, desertion for three years, and incurable insanity. It describes Henson's speech before the Parliament.
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