Scotland

Scottish papers: Gorgeous George and Abigail's arrival

A TNS poll finds Nicola Sturgeon is more popular than Kezia Dugdale - even among voters who plan to back Labour at the next Holyrood election, says The Herald.

The National covers the same story and says half of Scots don't know who Kezia Dugdale is as her party continues to struggle against the rising popularity of the SNP.

Meanwhile, Scottish Nationalist MSP Sandra White was at the centre of a race-hate storm last night after sharing an anti-Semitic image online which was compared to the "very worst of Nazi propaganda", reports the Scottish Daily Mail.

In other news, The Scotsman says there was a "tidal wave of interest" as Oceans' star George Clooney stopped off in Edinburgh for a quick Bite, slap-up meal and a few selfies too.

A taxi driver who was forced to take part in a Kirkcaldy bank robbery has quit his home as police hunt the man behind an audacious bank heist, says the Daily Record.

On the same story, the Scottish Sun says brave cops drove for two miles with a suspected bomb in their car after the "terror bank raid".

The Press and Journal reports on the disruption caused by Storm Abigail, with power cuts and school closures as gale force winds batter northern Britain.

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