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Scotland’s papers: Conservative optimism and a killer in jail


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Scotland’s papers: Conservative optimism and a killer in jail

Image caption The Times leads with a survey suggesting people in Britain are becoming more optimistic “as Brexit uncertainty lifts”. Image caption There is a similar line from the Express, as it reports a message from the prime minister that the UK can look forward to a “decade of prosperity”. Image caption The family of…

Scotland’s papers: Conservative optimism and a killer in jail

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The Times leads with a survey suggesting people in Britain are becoming more optimistic “as Brexit uncertainty lifts”.

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There is a similar line from the Express, as it reports a message from the prime minister that the UK can look forward to a “decade of prosperity”.

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The family of a man who died violently are pleading – through the Daily Record – that there should be no early release for his killer.

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The Sun shows a picture of chaos and apparent bloodstains in the bedroom of television presenter Caroline Flack. Ms Flack has denied assaulting her partner.

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The cost of subsidising Scottish rail services – £483m a year – is the main story for the Herald.

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The Scotsman says there could be a rethink of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations. There has been criticism from local residents of the impact on them.

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Prince William’s warning about climate change is the lead for the Mail, although it is a picture of his brother Harry and son Archie which dominates the front page.

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The claim that 14,000 people are missing out on university places because of Scottish government policy is the lead for the Scottish edition of the Daily Telegraph.

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The i says Australia is ablaze, and reports that the country’s military have been called in to help deal with hundreds of wildfires burning out of control.

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The Star says people have been complaining about the highest peak in Wales. It is too steep, apparently, too cloudy – and doesn’t have a branch of Costa at the top.

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