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Scotland's papers: Amazon boss to divorce and Brexit vote

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Image caption The Times reports Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy is "in tatters" after she suffered another defeat in the Commons. The front page also features a picture of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, who are to divorce after a 25-year marriage.
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Image caption The Herald focuses on Theresa May's second Commons defeat in 24 hours and reports the number of Scots paying the top rate of income tax is expected to grow by 50% in the next five years.
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Image caption First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and her most senior civil servants may have to face a Holyrood inquiry to answer questions about the probe into sex claims against Alex Salmond, according to the Scottish Daily Mail. It also features a picture of the couple at the centre of what it describes as the $140bn divorce.
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Image caption The Angus & the Mearns edition of The Courier features a dramatic picture of a crash involving a lorry and a van near Montrose.
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Image caption The Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire edition of the Press & Journal leads with an exclusive that the depute provost of Aberdeen is being investigated by police over an allegation of sexual harassment.
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Image caption The National splash claims that new UK government rules on immigration would be "disastrous" for Scotland.
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Image caption The i leads with the fallout from the Scottish government's probe into Alex Salmond's alleged conduct, including questions from opposition parties as to why the first minister spoke to her predecessor five times about the sexual harassment claims.
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Image caption Commons speaker John Bercow dominates the front page of the Scottish Daily Express over his actions during the latest Brexit vote.
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Image caption The Daily Telegraph invites readers to meet the "soon-to-be world's richest woman" and reports on Speaker John Bercow handing power over the Brexit process to the Commons.
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Image caption The Scotsman focuses on claims by former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill that the SNP will protect First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in the wake of the collapse of the Scottish government's probe into the Alex Salmond sex claims,
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Image caption The Record features an interview with a young mother who says having a baby saved her from starving herself to death.

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