Scotland

The papers: Scottish schools first to teach LGBTI issues

Image caption The Scottish Daily Mail leads with the Scottish government announcement that Scotland will be the first country in the world to ensure its education system recognises the issues faced by the LGBTI community.
Image caption The Times also has the story on its front page. It leads with a leaked letter sent from Theresa May to DUP leader Arlene Foster, the wording of which it says suggests the EU is planning to put a customs border in the Irish Sea in the event of no Brexit agreement being reached before March.
Image caption The National says the historic Clyde-built tall ship, Falls of Clyde, that was threatened with destruction is finally coming home to Scotland and the river where she was built.
Image caption The Daily Record says an eight-year-old girl will return from the holiday of a lifetime to discover her dad has been murdered in Shawlands, Glasgow.
Image caption The Herald leads with an inspection report which says children attending after-school care in one of Scotland's most deprived areas were given credit to buy fizzy drinks, sweets and crisps and asked to work off their debts by vacuuming, cleaning or other chores.
Image caption According to the Scottish Daily Express, Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to use Scotland's half-a-billion-pound NHS windfall to increase funding.
Image caption The Daily Telegraph reports that the EU wants the right to fish in British waters after Brexit. The paper says the demand threatens to reopen a fierce dispute within the Conservative Party.
Image caption The i claims the prime minister is facing a revolt from her cabinet over her final Brexit deal.
Image caption A Barcelona-style cable car linking the Castlegate to the new harbour could soon be soaring above Aberdeen as part of ambitious plans, The Press and Journal reports.
Image caption The Courier reports that Amazon has been accused of treating workers at its Dunfermline centre "like robots, not humans"
Image caption A bust-up on Strictly Come Dancing is the lead in the Daily Star. The paper says there was a row between actor Danny John-Jules and his dance partner Amy Dowden.

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