Scotland's newspapers: Train station bosses 'beg' for toilet rolls

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image copyrightHerald
image captionTrain station toilets are facing closure as ScotRail cuts back on supplies to save money, The Herald reports. It says staff orders for toilet roll, bin bags and bleach have not been approved by bosses.
image copyrightThe National
image captionThe National leads with Westminster leader Ian Blackford's suggestion that scrapping Trident will be on the SNP's post-election wish list. He said conventional defences were not given sufficient priority.
image copyrightDaily Express
image captionA potential power-sharing pact between the SNP and Labour would put Scotland's security at risk and put 15,000 people out of work, the Scottish Daily Express claims.
image copyrightTimes
image captionThe Times leads with the allegation by Conservatives that Nicola Sturgeon's handwritten notes dictating government policy were destroyed by government officials to avoid scrutiny.
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image captionConservative claims that Labour election policies would cost the UK £1.2trillion over five years were dismissed as "absolutely ludicrous", the Scotsman reports.
image copyrightDaily Telegraph
image captionThe Conservatives manifesto pledge to end prosecutions for military veterans over killings in the Troubles is The Telegraph's lead story.
image copyrightScottish Daily Mail
image captionThe Scottish Daily Mail covers the same story, saying Boris Johnson unveiled the plan on the eve of Armistice Day.
image copyrightThe i
image captionThe prime minister is under pressure to release a parliamentary inquiry into threats to the UK's democracy that names Conservative donors, the i reports.
image copyrightDaily Record
image captionThe Daily Record reports on the review into Stefan Sutherland's death in 2013. It reports that a tree surgeon says a fence he put up at a house Stefan visited on the night he disappeared may have been used to build a makeshift coffin.
image copyrightScottish Sun
image captionCompensation given to Clutha victim John McGarrigle's son has all been spent, The Scottish Sun reveals. John Jnr told the paper he spent the £60,000 on a caravan, paying off debts and helping out friends.
image copyrightP&J
image captionThe Press and Journal leads with a man being charged over the death of pensioner after a car hit a bus stop in Bucksburn.
image copyrightCourier
image captionThe Scottish Greens have been branded as "cowardly" by the Conservatives after confirming they will not stand against North Perthshire SNP MP Pete Wishart in the general election, The Courier reports.
image copyrightDaily Star
image captionAnd the Daily Star says television show Phoenix Nights is due for a comeback after Paddy McGuinness confirmed the cast want to make a new series.

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