Scotland's papers: Boy fall death and cheap drink ban

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The Daily Record leads with the death of a 12-year-old boy who was killed in a fall from a tree near a play park.

Plans to set a minimum price for alcohol in Scotland are on the front page of the Scottish Daily Mail with claims the cost of alcohol is set to soar.

The Scotsman leads with doctors praising court ruling in favour of minimum pricing, claiming Scotland's health will dramatically improve as a result of the measure.

Vulnerable adults are being forced from their own homes as a result of cuts to social care according to the Herald.

A first class British Airways passenger who was arrested amid claims he used a phone to film up a stewardess' skirt is the lead story in the Scottish Sun.

Hundreds of police sex pests uncovered is the headline in the Scottish Times which claims police who abuse their power for sexual advantage face new criminal sanctions.

A woman tell the Press and Journal how she feared two children would die when a robber stormed her Highland home armed with a gun.

The Courier says hundreds of new jobs could be created in Perth after one of Scotland's most successful entrepreneurs confirmed a £15m investment.

The National leads with Patrick Harvie's call for Scottish Green Party members and supporters to prepare for a second independence referendum as he addressed the party conference in Perth.

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