Scotland

Ambulance crisis and Ukip chairman resigns

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The Sunday Post leads with a leaked report on the Scottish Ambulance Service, revealing that a third of ambulances do not reach the most serious incidents within the target of eight minutes.

The Sunday Mail reports that the acting chairman of Ukip in Scotland has stood down after appearing in court accused of sexual offences.

The Conservative are planning to extend benefits sanctions to claimants with jobs for things like failing to look for more work or missing job centre appointments, says the Sunday Herald.

John Swinney's plans to withhold tens of millions of pounds from councils that refuse to accept his controversial funding package is contrary to the Scottish government's own legal advice, according to Scotland on Sunday.

The Scottish Sun has an interview with a woman who wrongly claimed she was the winner of a £33m lottery jackpot but had damaged the ticket by putting it in the wash. She says she made an innocent mistake.

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