The Sunday Times leads with news that the Crown Office anticipates being the focus of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry in the future. The paper says the decision process behind choosing which cases to prosecute will be examined.
The Sunday Times leads with news that the Crown Office anticipates being the focus of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry in the future. The paper says the decision process behind choosing which cases to prosecute will be examined.
sunday mail
The Sunday Mail focuses on a complaint by MSP Anas Sarwar about alleged racist comments made by Davie McLachlan, which the councillor denied. A Labour probe, which Mr Sarwar said was flawed, cleared Mr McLachlan and now the Hamilton councillor has said the claim was made up. Mr Sarwar said a full explanation is required from Labour over the handling of the case.
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The Herald on Sunday leads with warnings from leading SNP figures that the minority of independence supporters who are insulting people online are not helping the cause.
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Condemnation of comments by Tory MSP Brian Whittle, who said opposition parties use the so-called “rape clause” changes to tax credits solely as a way to attack the Tories, leads the front page of the Sunday National.
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A plan by the Scottish Conservatives, if they win the next Holyrood election, to allow all teenagers to stay in school or training until they are 18-years-old makes the Scotland on Sunday front page.
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The Sunday Post leads with a failed legal challenge which means nearly 50 Polish criminals who had been arguing they would not get a fair trial in their homeland, will now be sent back to Poland under the European Arrest Warrant
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The Mail in Sunday uses its front page to criticise Dame Emma Thompson for flying to New York. The paper calls her a “first-class hypocrite” for generating “nearly two tons of carbon dioxide” – after joining climate change protests that “bought chaos to London”.
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Brexit dominates elsewhere with the Sunday Express claiming a deal could be agreed this week. The paper says the move comes following a “bruising week” for both main parties – referring to the losses they both suffered in the local elections.
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The Observer notes that Brexit frustration is growing as party leaders face “revolts” from their own MPs. The paper reports that the prime minister and Jeremy Corbyn will “urgently” try to agree a way forward.
Scotland's papers: Crown Office probe and MSP branded liar
LThe Sunday Telegraph leads with a warning from Nigel Farage telling Theresa May not to build a “coalition against the people” by agreeing a Brexit deal with Jeremy Corbyn. The paper says it comes amid growing pressure for the prime minister to resign after the Tories received a drubbing in the local elections.