Scotland's papers: EU deal and secret flight to capture Snowden

David Cameron claimed yesterday that a package of European reform was "worth fighting for" and delivered the "substantial change" he needed to campaign for EU ­membership, reports The Scotsman.

However, the Scottish Daily Mail says David Cameron stood accused of delusion and selling the country short last night after he hailed his deal to keep Britain in the EU.

The UK government is facing demands to reveal the details of a secret flight through Scottish airspace, which was at the centre of a plot to capture whistleblower Edward Snowden, says The National.

The Herald writes that two adults have been confirmed with the Zika virus in Ireland, the first cases of their kind in the country.

Ambulance crews now have 11 more minutes to reach people with classic heart attack symptoms and paramedics say the delay could mean the difference between life and death, is the exclusive in Wednesday's Daily Record.

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