A number of the front pages on Wednesday focus on social issues facing young people, on a day which features a wide range of headlines.
The Daily Express says soaring property prices have forced more than a quarter of young adults – 3.4 million – to live with their parents.
It says record numbers of those aged 20 to 34 cannot afford to fly the nest because of high rents and daunting mortgage deposits and payments.
The paper’s analysis of official figures shows the number has increased by an extra 5,500 every month over the last 15 years.
According to the Times, a third of young people abstain from alcohol, and the proportion who have never tried it has almost doubled in the past decade.
It says a survey of almost 10,000 16-24 year olds confirmed that they were the most sober in recent history, drinking considerably less than their parents.
Researchers tell the paper that one reason could be that alcohol has become more expensive, but also that young people are engaging in less risky behaviour, such as smoking less and taking fewer drugs.
The Daily Mail reports that pupils at primary and secondary schools are to be given routine mental health checks to spot potential problems, as part of announcements Theresa May is making to mark World Mental Health Day.
For its lead, the Daily Telegraph reports that the Royal College of Psychiatrists is to review its opposition to the legalisation of cannabis, despite its concerns over the risks to mental health.
It says the move is important because much of the research the government has used to keep cannabis illegal has been conducted by the college’s leading researchers.
The pressure for a legal re-think has grown since the controversy over the confiscation of cannabis oil that was used to treat a 12-year-old boy’s epilepsy, the paper adds.
The Daily Mirror reports that homeless people in Windsor say they have been told to steer clear of Princess Eugenie’s wedding on Friday.
According to the paper, council staff warned them that their possessions would be seized if they did not move.
The princess and her fiance, Jack Brooksbank, will be riding in an open-top carriage through Windsor after the ceremony at St George’s Chapel.
The paper recalls that the council also sparked anger when it told homeless people to clear out for Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle.
And the question on everyone’s lips is – as the Mail puts it – why has President Trump’s UN star – ambassador Nikki Haley – resigned?
The Guardian says it’s not unusual for ambassadors to serve short terms, but it remains unclear why Mrs Haley made her announcement before the mid-term elections next month.
Finally, there’s been a sharp rise in the number of people going on solo holidays.
According to the Telegraph, a survey by the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta) has found that the proportion of people going on holiday on their own has risen from 6% in 2011 to 15% in the past year.
The Sun says the chance to do what we want, when we want without worrying about others has fuelled the increase – with solo travellers looking for “me time”.
The Mirror quotes the president of Abta as saying that at one time, people wanted to go on holiday to spend time with family and friends; now it’s to get away from it all, or even getting away from everyone.