Scotland's papers: 'Spying' case damages and HGV ban

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The Herald reports that Police Scotland have been ordered to pay £10,000 damages to one of its former officers after a tribunal ruled it had acted unlawfully in a spying case.

The Scotsman says that lorries, vans and buses face being banned from the most polluted streets in Scotland by the end of the decade.

The Times Scotland edition has a story about the arrival of US shale gas in Scotland, saying it puts pressure on the SNP over its position on fracking.

The Scottish Daily Mail says Police Scotland has ordered cleaners to cut the number of bin bags they use to save money.

"No U-turn on border controls" is the front page headline on the Daily Express, saying Prime Minister Theresa May could face a backlash from Brexit voters.

In its 500th edition, The National reports on the "fury" of Labour supporters as the party leadership attempts to block them from voting.

The Daily Record says the family of a nurse killed by a teenage driver have condemned his six-year sentence as "a sick joke".

The Scottish Sun reports on the hunt for a man who raped a 14-year-old girl outside a supermarket in Barrhead.

The Daily Star of Scotland says footage has emerged of Christopher Biggins dressed as a Nazi for a TV show.

The Press and Journal reports that a stroke victim spent 21 hours locked in a public toilet as police mounted a huge search for her.

And The Courier has a story about Angus councillors, who have said the high level of complaints about the council is "wasting taxpayers' money".

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