Scotland's papers: Alex Salmond police probe

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Image caption The Scotsman is one of several papers to lead with reports that police have escalated their investigation into two complaints of sexual harassment against Alex Salmond.
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Image caption The Herald reports that a criminologist is leading a campaign to prove that notorious teenage killer Luke Mitchell is innocent and should be freed from jail.
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Image caption The Daily Record says Alex Salmond has told police probing sexual assault allegations against him that he would be "happy" to meet them.
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Image caption According to the i, British scientists have made a new discovery which could save the lives of many people at risk of heart disease and stroke.
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Image caption The Courier focuses on the celebrations marking the opening of the V&A in Dundee.
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Image caption Confirmation that Alex Salmond is facing a police investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct makes the Sun's front page.
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Image caption The National says Theresa May is facing a defeat over her Brexit plans.
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Image caption The Duchess of Cambridge is on a mission to help disadvantaged children achieve their potential, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.
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Image caption The Scottish edition of the Times leads with the story that MI6 believed that former Labour leader Michael Foot was a paid Soviet informant.
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Image caption The Daily Telegraph writes that a government adviser has urged adults to set an example for their children by turning their mobile phones off at night.
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Image caption According to the Scottish Daily Express, national lottery bosses are refusing to fund a "vital lifeline" to millions of lonely pensioners.
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Image caption The Press and Journal reports that police have increased patrols in an area of Aberdeen after more than 10 fires were reported over the past seven days.

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