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Scotland's papers: Farage 'farce' and Adele's baby plan

More than two out of five Scots would accept a 'hard' border with the rest of the UK if it meant staying in the EU, according to a poll published in The Herald.

The Times Scotland claims that Boris Johnson and David Davis, the cabinet ministers leading Brexit negotiations, have been accused of "unbelievable arrogance" and having "no idea what leaving the European Union means".

The Chancellor Philip Hammon with push ahead with tax cuts despite worsening public finances, when he delivers the Autumn Statement, says The Scotsman.

Meanwhile, The National writes that Scottish ministers have demanded that Mr Hammond ditch George Osborne's "damaging austerity agenda" when he addresses Westminster this afternoon.

The i paper says there is "consternation" in Downing Street at US president-elect Donald Trump's call for Ukip leader Nigel Farage to be made the UK's Washington ambassador.

Ministers were left "reeling" yesterday after Donald Trump and Nigel Farage launched an "orchestrated plot" to oust our man in Washington, is how the Scottish Daily Mail reports the story..

British pop sensation Adele has revealed she wants to expand her family, according to the Scottish Daily Express, which says the singer ended her final show of her North American tour by telling the audience: "I'll see you on the other side, I'm going to have another baby".

Mike Ashley was handed a decade-long lease on Rangers' megastore for £1 a year - days before Dave King took control of the club, according to the Daily Record.

A court has heard how the head of a murder victim was found in a shower with other body parts left in bins in the centre of Montrose, writes the Daily Star of Scotland.

Brave toddler Finn Mackin survived his gruelling cancer battle thanks to the kindness of 50 strangers, says the Press and Journal.

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