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The Daily Record reports that a Scots entrepreneur walked out of an extreme reality TV show - costing the other contestants £500,000.

According to The Scotsman, doctors issued more than 3.5 million prescriptions for anti-depressants in Scotland last year, three times the number they were handing out 13 years ago.

The Herald says Scottish motorists would be among the first in Britain to take part in road pricing, under plans approved by ministers.

The Scottish Daily Mail says ministers have "declared war" on motorists in a bid to force them to abandon their cars.

The Press and Journal reports that a Royal Marine based in Arbroath has been killed and a second injured in a battle with Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

The Courier also has the story, commenting on the fact the death is the second in two weeks for 45 Commando.

According to the Scottish Sun, the ice cream man blasted by a gunman is a convicted rapist.

A crucial witness in the Princess Diana probe has claimed that investigators pressured him to alter evidence in a bid to rig the inquiry's findings, the Scottish Daily Express says.

The Scottish Mirror reports that a judge sparked outrage by locking up a man who killed a devoted dad for a "paltry" two and a half years.


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The Scottish Daily Mail says ministers have "declared war" on motorists in a bid to force them to abandon their cars.

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The Scottish Daily Mail says ministers have "declared war" on motorists in a bid to force them to abandon their cars.

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Aye on the outside lane of the M8


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You been watchin me a2???

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You been watchin me a2???

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That`ll be right a2 you would have been behind me!!! eating dust

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That`ll be right a2 you would have been behind me!!! eating dust

Was that really you Kano?


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The Scotsman claims that the latest figures on the Scottish spending deficit place SNP policies under the spotlight.

Police hunting a serial killer of prostitutes have admitted that they are concerned for the safety of two more young women, the Daily Record, the Daily Mirror and the Scottish Sun report.

The Courier and the Scottish Daily Mail lead with a police chief's warning that women should stay away from Ipswich's red light district as fears rose that a serial killer was targeting prostitutes.

The Herald says that Scottish football clubs would face fines and the deduction of points for any sectarian offences by supporters under new football legislation to be unveiled by the head of the SFA.

Multiple Sclerosis campaigners have expressed dismay after medical chiefs rejected a bid to supply a "breakthrough" drug for the disease on the NHS, according to the Press and Journal.

The Daily Express claims that murderers, rapists and paedophiles will tuck into slap-up meals three times a day over Christmas at taxpayers' expense.


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there is an interview in todays scottish sun by TC.i tried the sun website but it's the english sun it keep coming up.

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The Scotsman asks if Scotland is destined to endure winters of record rainfall after the latest period of atrocious weather caused flooding misery.

Glasgow's secondary schools have topped the tables for performance, according to The Herald.

The Press and Journal reports on the findings of the Stevens Inquiry into the death of Princess Diana and the assertion that she died in a "tragic accident".

A nurse who was stuck off an NHS waiting list has been sacked for spending too much time off sick, according to The Scottish Sun.

The Daily Record says police believe they have solved one of Scotland's most infamous unsolved murders.

The Courier says enraged residents in Milnathort have questioned the failure of a £500,000 flood prevention scheme after 40 people were evacuated from their homes.

Princess Diana feared she and Camilla Parker Bowles were to be eliminated in a royal plot, paving the way for the Prince of Wales to marry another woman, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Scottish Daily Express describes the Stevens Inquiry as a whitewash.

The boyfriend of Paula Clennell, a victim of the Suffolk serial killer, said he thinks he knows who killed her, according to the Scottish Daily Mirror.


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The Daily Record says thousands of internet bargain hunters who snapped up TV sets worth more than £1,000 for just £150 were left fuming after being told the Woolworths offer had been a mistake.

The Scotsman reports that the era of Tony Blair is ending not with the bang of fireworks celebrating unprecedented political and economic success, but with the whimperings of a prime minister mired in sleaze allegations.

According to The Herald, Gordon Brown launched a furious attack against a right-wing "smear campaign" aimed at dragging him into the damaging cash-for-peerages row.

The Scottish Sun claims prisoners had drugs smuggled into an all-women jail - during their Christmas panto.

The Press and Journal reports that police hunting the killer of five prostitutes said they were tightening the net around a series of suspects.

The Courier reports that flood-ravaged householders in a Kinross-shire village are considering taking legal action against Perth and Kinross Council due to the failure of a £500,000 flood-prevention scheme, which has been branded "fatally flawed".

The Scottish Daily Mail says desperate stores are slashing prices, opening longer and bending Sunday trading rules in an effort to boost Christmas sales.

The Scottish Daily Mirror has an interview with the uncle of one of the five murdered vice girls in which he begs the "Ipswich Ripper" to stop.

The Scottish Daily Express says a new dossier has revealed that Prince Charles was asked by police if he killed Princess Diana.


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The unsolved murders of two Scottish prostitutes are being studied by cops hunting the serial killer of five vice girls in England, claims the Scottish Sunday Mail.

Scotland on Sunday reports that the biggest shake-up of drugs policy for 20 years is to be pushed through by Labour in a bid to get Scotland's 50,000 addicts off heroin and other deadly substances.

The Sunday Post says that government departments have spent more than £11m in the past year on private mail carriers - while threatening hundreds of post offices with closure.

A senior policeman was a client of two of the murdered Ipswich prostitutes, claims the News of the World. The Sunday Herald also carries the series of murders on its front page.

Two sisters have vowed to burn down their home rather than sell it to pay Gordon Brown's death duties, reports the Scottish Daily Express.

The Sunday Times writes that police are to interview Tony Blair's right-hand man under caution at No 10 as a key suspect in the cash-for-honours scandal.

And on the same story, the Sunday Telegraph reports that Mr Blair is "at war" with Lord Levy, his chief fundraiser and former close friend, over the cash for honours scandal.

The Independent on Sunday also adds that millionaire Labour Party donors have contradicted Mr Blair's evidence to the police in the cash-for-honours affair - saying that they were nominated for their public service to the nation, and not for services to Labour, as claimed by the prime minister.

Downing Street blocked moves that would in effect have legalised prostitution because the prime minister was so concerned that "hostile headlines" would wreck plans to make sex workers' lives safer, claims The Observer.

The Mail on Sunday prints a secret No 10 memo claiming that Labour has no chance of winning the next election because voters think the government is a shambles.


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The Daily Record reports that Kriss Donald's killers are begging for a move to an English prison.

The Press and Journal reports on a Perth man found murdered who police say could have lain undiscovered for up to four weeks.

According to the Scottish Sun , killers and sex attackers at the state hospital, Carstairs, will land a Christmas cash bonus.

The Scotsman says Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc was at the centre of fresh controversy after blessing himself in front of Rangers supporters during the Old Firm game.

According to The Herald, the youngest children in Scotland's primary schools are to be taught through play rather than formal classes under a radical shake-up of the curriculum.

The Scottish Daily Mail says taxpayers are facing a record bill to help asylum seekers to remain in Scotland.

According to the Scottish Daily Express, millions who suffer the aches and pains of ageing can be helped by the latest superfood: rosehips.

The Scottish Daily Mirror says that detectives hunting the "Ipswich Ripper" believe he is hooked on bondage and extremely violent sex acts.

The Courier says Tony Blair met British troops in Basra after pledging to "stand four-square" behind democracy.


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The arrest of a man in connection with the deaths of five women in Suffolk gets prominent coverage in the morning editions.

The Herald also reports on a call from a group of senior doctors and health campaigners for a moratorium on private sector involvement in the NHS in Scotland.

The Press and Journal says business leaders and opposition politicians are backing a new Forth crossing.

Rangers' Uefa rivals are facing an inquiry after a supporter threw a stun grenade at his own players, The Scottish Sun says.

The Scotsman says an 80-page report is the latest weapon being used by the executive in the battle to clean up Scotland's streets.

The Scottish Executive clocked up in excess of seven million air miles last year - more than double the total for the previous year, the Daily Record says.

The Courier reports that a decision on replacement of the toll plazas on the Tay Road Bridge hinges on the outcome of discussions over future charging to use the bridge.

A 37-year-old male friend of the five murdered Suffolk women is in custody, the Scottish Daily Express says.

The Scottish Daily Mail reports on the disclosure that the suspect is a former special constable.

The suspect had a party at his house with all five victims, just weeks before the first girl went missing, the Scottish Daily Mirror reports.


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Scotland's biggest children's hospital will lose scores of beds when it moves to a new location, according to The Herald.

The Daily Record reports that Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, who was Scotland's top law officer, has been arrested over an alleged air rage incident.

The Press and Journal and the Scottish Sun also carry the story, reporting that Lord Fraser has been charged with disruptive behaviour.

A serial stalker barred from being alone with any woman in Scotland has now been banned from going to the cinema, playing sports or visiting the pub without special permission, according to The Scotsman.

The Courier writes that a former Army medic has told how he saved the life of an Alva schoolgirl who was trapped unconscious under the wheels of a car.

The great Christmas getaway descended into chaos as fog grounded hundreds of flights and roads were gridlocked, reports the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Scottish Daily Express cliams that tinsel has been banned from Britain's job centres because bosses fear it could be used to strangle staff.

The ex-wife of Ipswich murder suspect Stephen Wright has told of their nightmare marriage, reports the Scottish Daily Mirror.


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