Scotland's papers: Trident vote and 'trouble decker'

MPs have voted to renew the UK's nuclear deterrent, with Theresa May saying during the debate that she would be prepared to order a nuclear strike killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people, says The Scotsman.

The Herald writes that after Westminster voted to replace Trident, the SNP leadership have suggested that the controversial decision could accelerate the move towards Scottish independence.

Meanwhile, The National says that "Scotland has spoken" after only one Scottish MP voted along with the majority decision at Westminster. The paper writes that "if the UK wants Trident, it'll have to find somewhere else to keep it".

In other news, Jeremy Corbyn's popularity among grassroots Labour members has grown in spite of a barrage of criticism from MPs over his leadership, reports The Times.

The Scottish Daily Mail says "miserly" banks, including the Post Office, HSBC and First Direct, are giving some customers zero percent interest on their savings.

Terrified pedestrians watched in horror as a runaway bus wreaked havoc in Glasgow city centre on Monday, after the driverless vehicle brought traffic to a standstill, says the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun claims that shocked witnesses told how they feared a Nice-style terror attack as the "runaway bus" hurtled down a busy city street.

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