The game has been cited in a staggering 200 divorce proceedings this year. That's said to be roughly 5% of all British divorces in 2018.
Am I missing something? There can't be that few divorces in the UK?
There are 65 million citizens, so that's roughly 20 million couples I guess. About half of these (10 million) end up in a divorce. If these 10 million divorces happen during a period of 50 years, that's 200 000 divorces every year. So there have been about 150 000 in 2018 already. 5% of 150 000 is 7500, not 200.