Scotland

The papers: Flight prices 'slashed' for Christmas

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Image caption Airlines are cutting the cost of Christmas flights out of Scotland as the weak pound hits demand for holidays, according to the Herald.
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Express says researchers have found that higher doses of statins could prevent thousands of heart attacks and strokes a year.
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Image caption The Scotsman also leads with the research findings on the cholesterol-reducing drug, which the paper says could help avert 12,000 heart attacks and strokes.
Image caption Likewise, the i newspaper also leads with the study's findings on its front page.
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Image caption In other news, The National reports that Nicola Sturgeon has hit out at the Home Office after officials "blocked" a Scottish government bid to pay settled status fees for Europeans working in Scotland's public services.
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Image caption MPs from Labour, the DUP and the Conservatives are "lining up to sack Theresa May" if her Brexit deal does not pass Tuesday's Commons vote, according to The Times.
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Image caption The Daily Telegraph also leads on the prime minister's future, reporting that ministers believe the chances of Mrs May's deal passing Tuesday's vote are "zero", and that she will be "told to quit" if she loses the vote.
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Image caption The Daily Record leads with an Ibrox shareholder hitting back over claims made by Rangers chairman Dave King in court.
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Mail reveals a "world exclusive" on the baby who was born after a womb transplant from a dead donor.
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Image caption The Courier leads with a warning from police in Dundee that a spate of attacks on moving buses could have "catastrophic" consequences.
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Image caption The Daily Star's front page features a story about ambulance crews being made to "hand over" gifts given to them by grateful members of the public.
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Image caption The Press and Journal reports that a promised £200m rail investment between the north-east and central belt would only speed up journey times by two minutes.

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