The papers: Concerns over NHS Scotland patients

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Tens of thousands of patients, according to the Sunday Herald, are being forced to travel far from their homes for treatment.
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Another concern over health care is the lead for Scotland on Sunday, which reports on problems with the merger of NHS and local authority care systems.
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The Sunday Mail has been investigating Scotland's role in supplying the weapons which killed children in Yemen.
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The Sunday Post leads with the tale of a Scot who has become one of the FBI's most wanted.
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According to the Sunday Times, racists are flocking to associate themselves with the former minister Boris Johnson on social media.
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The Sunday Express says 100 rebels in the House of Commons will vote down the prime minister's attempt to win a deal with the EU over Brexit.
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The Scottish Sun on Sunday reports on a lorry driver with a fetish for women's underwear.
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Chinese pirates are plundering shipwrecks considered as British war graves, according to the Mail on Sunday.

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