The Maill on Sunday reports:
Soaring inflation and weak earnings growth has led to the biggest squeeze on household finances since 1921, research has revealed.
British families are on average £910 worse off than they were two years ago, the Centre for Economics and Business Research found.
The Telegraph reports: Unmarried women who live with men are unhappier than married women because society "disapproves" of their behaviour, according to a sociological study.
The study of 22,000 people from around the world found that British women who cohabited with men before they were married were slightly unhappier than married women, and that the most likely reason was because they had "violated" normal behaviour and had to endure disapproving glances.
The researchers also claimed that one of the possible reasons they were unhappy was because they were "pitied" for failing to persuade their man down the aisle, and they had low self-esteem.
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