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This is separation. It does not imply any UB by your ex.
Respondent and Petitioner have occupied separate bedrooms since June 2011
Again, this proves separation. It does not prove unreasonable behaviour. You could say for example, "The respondent has no interest in spending holidays/free time with the petitioner", but only if this is a CAUSE of the divorce, not a result.
Respondent socialises and holidays separately from petitioner
Again, this proves separation. It does not prove unreasonable behaviour. You would have to say "The respondent refuses to be intimate with the petitioner leading to the petitioner feeling neglected and unloved"
Respondent and Petitioner have not had an intimate relationship since mid 2010
Again is this as a result of the separation or is it a cause of the marriage breakdown?
Respondent and petitioner are not able to communicate regarding day to day matters and have no common interests.