Scotland's papers: Police manhunt and Brexit talks

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A police manhunt for two men and a missing mother from Ayr is the lead story on the front of the Sunday Mail, with a warning for people not to approach the men.

The Herald has the headline 'Brexit Face Off' as Alex Salmond criticised Prime Minister Theresa May for insulting Scotland ahead of her crunch talks with Nicola Sturgeon.

Why we have fallen out with Russia - and what it could mean for us next, is the question asked by the Scotland on Sunday.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday leads with claims Theresa May's cabinet enforcer allegedly smeared a senior Tory by claiming he had cheated on his wife with another man.

Pop-star Cheryl was secretly taped in a furious row with her ex-husband after ordering him out of her home, according to the Sun on Sunday.

Scotland's courts are branded a joke as witnesses and crime victims say they are facing shambolic delays which waste up to £10m of public money a year, the Sunday Post claims.

The Sunday Times leads with a first-hand account of an attack by Isis, going with the headline 'I was blown up and trapped by Isis guns'.

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