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Not much, according to the 2,000 British couples who took part in a survey about sleeping habits.

Though Gilbert O’Sullivan may have described the locking of lips as a “moment of bliss”, 80 per cent of the couples questioned said that they no longer bother to kiss each other goodnight, while 90 per cent revealed that they don’t even exchange “I love yous” before falling asleep (and nearly 50 per cent do so with their back to their other half).

The survey makes for bleak bedtime reading: we are a squabbling, sex-deprived nation who can barely sleep together, let alone stay together.

One in four couples argues “constantly” because they are kept awake by each other’s sleeping habits; a quarter of couples in their “sexual prime” (35 “and above”, according to the survey, commissioned by the notoriously romantic Travelodge) are considering spending every night in separate beds.