Scotland

The papers: Fall-out from fracking 'ban' legal case

Image caption The Daily Telegraph says the first minister has been urged to apologise following the outcome to the legal case. Petrochemical giant Ineos was one of two firms seeking a judicial review in to the Scottish government's "effective ban" on fracking.
Image caption The Daily Telegraph says the first minister has been urged to apologise following the outcome to the legal case. Petrochemical giant Ineos was one of two firms seeking a judicial review in to the Scottish government's "effective ban" on fracking.
Image caption The Scotsman reports on hope for thousands of sufferers of epilepsy and other chronic conditions. It follows a review of the use of medicinal cannabis ordered by the Home Office.
Image caption A household is made homeless every 18 minutes, according to the Daily Record. The newspaper uses its front page to highlight what it says is the scandal of Scotland's increasing number of homeless people.
Image caption The prime minister is facing another tight vote on Brexit in the House of Commons, according to The Herald. Theresa May is coming under pressure from her own backbenchers over how much say MPs should get in the Brexit process.
Image caption The National reports on a poll that finds a majority of leave voters would rather quit the EU than keep the UK together. Polling by Lord Ashcroft found six in 10 "Leavers" would walk away from the Union.
Image caption The Times reports on an unprecedented intervention in the Brexit debate by a leading intelligence chief. The head of GCHQ said British intelligence had helped foil plots in four European countries in the last year.
Image caption The Press and Journal reveals a new line in the case of Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald. The paper says it understands the MSP has been advised to sue the SNP over its handling of claims that he harassed a former colleague.
Image caption The Courier reports on the trial of a Fife antiques dealer accused of defrauding customers. Kenneth Robb, 73, denies stealing clients' treasures and inflating the value of paintings.
Image caption A teenager discovered a mutilated body in a park, according to the Scottish Sun. A relative told the tabloid the experience had left the young man "traumatised".
Image caption The i newspaper reports on a threat to beer and soft drinks supplies. It says a Europe-wide shortage of CO2 gas has hit as summer demand surges.
Image caption The rising cost of living and poor returns on savings will see more people working beyond retirement, says the Daily Express. The paper says 23 million people will need to keep working beyond retirement age.
Image caption The Daily Star has a colourful story about gangland figure Reggie Kray. It says the gangster had a crush on TV star Paul O'Grady's alter ego Lily Savage.

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