Scotland's papers: Celtic told to 'just say sorry'

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The Scottish Sun reports that victims of Jim Torbett have demanded Celtic apologise over their ordeal after the club belatedly expressed "deep regret" in the wake of Torbett's conviction for abuse at the Boys Club, closely linked to the Glasgow giants.
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Tax breaks will be used to try and keep Michelin in Dundee operational, according to The Courier, which reports Scotland's finance secretary saying the move would form part of the plan to save the 850 jobs at the factory.
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The National leads with the news that MSPs have backed a so-called People's Vote by 65 to 30 - calling for a referendum on the final Brexit deal when the UK leaves the EU.
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The Scotsman also leads with the vote and writes that Holyrood has become the first part of the UK to back the plan, although the paper quotes different figures from The National, saying MSPs voted 66 to 28 in favour.
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A rogue beautician botched dozens of lip filler procedures that left clients deformed, according to the Daily Record, which features graphic pictures of an Ayrshire teenager who underwent the treatment.
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Like many of Thursday's papers, The Times leads with the US midterm elections and says that Donald Trump has set his sights on re-election in 2020 after claiming the result "defied history".
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The i newspaper says that the president is "shackled" after the Democrats took control of the House of Representative in the vote, which saw a record number of women elected to Congress.
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Prince Charles features on many of Thursday's front pages after he gave an interview to mark his 70th birthday in which he said he would not be a "meddling" king.
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Likewise, The Scottish Daily Mail says the Duke of Rothesay will not be a "meddling monarch" when he succeeds the throne. The paper says the Duke addressed head-on his history of "contentious lobbying".
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'I'm not that stupid' is how the Scottish Daily Express headlines the same story, saying the prince has spoken for the first time about how he will be king.
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The Herald reports how Scots scientists have made a breakthrough in their understanding of Parkinson's disease. The paper also features a story on its front page about a Glasgow-bound flight that plummeted 500ft towards the ground after an incorrect autopilot setting. No-one was injured in the incident.
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The Daily Star says that Coronation Street star Jack P Shepherd, who plays David Platt in the soap, has become a target for an online stalker who has sent him "vile" abuse.
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Two north-east sisters, who profited to the tune of £2m thanks to a bogus slimming scheme, have been ordered to pay more than £820,000 after being pursued by the Crown Office, reports The Press and Journal.

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