Scotland's papers: Foreign worker warning and Murray stalker

Hundreds of beds have been cut from hospitals in Scotland, with more than 600 disappearing in a year, according to The Herald.

Scotland has two new Nobel Prize winners after Professors David Thouless and Michael Kosterlitz were awarded this year's Prize for Physics jointly with Professor Duncan Haldane for their work on strange matter, reports The National.

Companies will be forced to reveal how many foreign workers they employ under UK government plans to "shame" bosses who fail to take on British staff, says The Times Scotland.

Meanwhile, the i says business leaders have reacted angrily after Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced moves to crack down on the employment of foreign workers who were "taking jobs British people could do".

The Scottish Daily Mail claims that Prime Minister Theresa May will today condemn the "metropolitan elite" for "sneering" at millions of ordinary Britons over immigration.

The Daily Record leads with the revelation from tennis ace Andy Murray that a maid appeared at his bedside and began stroking his arm while he was staying at a hotel. Murray said the same woman turned up at various hotels he was staying at across Europe.

Under the headline Wild West, The Scottish Sun claims Kanye West has vowed to track down the gang behind the £9m armed robbery of his wife Kim Kardashian. According to the paper, sources close to the rap icon have warned: "He wants to find them."

On the same story, the Daily Star of Scotland says French detectives think the five-strong gang who carried out the raid were "tipped off" by someone who knew the star's bodyguards would not be present at her Paris hotel home.

The Courier reports that online retail giant Amazon is to create 4,000 new jobs in Fife as it "massively expands" its operations in time for the Christmas rush.

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