Scotland's papers: Chhokar family's hope and clown craze

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An interview with the sister of murder victim Surjit Singh Chhokkar features on the front page of the Sunday Mail.

The paper also reports that thousands of rail passengers have called for the Dutch firm in charge of Scotland's trains to be stripped of its contract.

Jeremy Corbyn has reached out to supporters of Scottish independence saying he understands their anger with Westminster, according to the Sunday Herald.

"Hunt for killer clowns" is the headline on the front page of the Scottish Sun on Sunday. It says police are on the hunt for killer clown pranksters as the "terrifying US craze" sweeps Scotland.

The Scotland on Sunday has an interview one of the candidates for the SNP's depute leadership who the paper says has claimed party activists do not want to rush into a second independence referendum.

The Sunday Post leads with a story about a bride who left her wedding reception halfway through in order to go and watch the return of BBC comedy Still Game.

Plans to make every firm in Britain reveal the number of foreign workers they employ are "divisive, repugnant and insanely bureaucratic", according to David Cameron's former adviser Steve Hilton, writes the Sunday Times in Scotland.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with a story about pension reforms.

All workers could soon be offered paid "exercise breaks" under a controversial plan to tackle Scotland's obesity crisis, reports the Scottish Mail on Sunday.

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