Scotland's papers: The £150bn 'green revolution' and border divisions

Image caption Experts have revealed a "radical" virus recovery plan that creates a zero carbon Scotland, according to The Herald.
Image caption The Scotsman reports that Scotland's dental profession is in a "state of disarray" as a result of "confused" government coronavirus guidelines.
Image caption First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is thinking of closing the border with England to prevent a resurgence in Covid-19 cases, reports the Daily Record.
Image caption The National says the first minister has fired back at claims an independent Scotland could not have funded virus crisis support, calling them "regrettable and ridiculous".
Image caption The Brexit era will bring a rise in holiday insurance costs for Britons travelling within Europe, according to The Times.
Image caption The Daily Telegraph says foreign criminals sentenced to more than a year in jail will be banned from Britain under new immigration rules.
Image caption The i newspaper says peers will challenge the UK government to stop outdoor smoking outside pubs and cafes in return for a licence in England to serve "pavement drinks".
Image caption A leading figure in a Chinese group allegedly created to groom foreign elites has been pictured with five British prime ministers, reports the Daily Mail,
Image caption The Daily Express says a £93m "publicity blitz" will kickstart Britain's exit from the EU.
Image caption The Sun says that Katie Price's son Harvey is fighting for his life in intensive care after his temperature hit 42C.
Image caption The Press and Journal reports calls to re-open the campsite at Loch Morlich near Aviemore to stop the "tourist chaos" as crowds flock to the area.
Image caption The Courier says cars are "stealing" waterfront space in Dundee, with nature, cycling and pedestrians not being given priority.
Image caption Aberdeen City Council is involved in a fresh bid to buy First Bus, reports the Evening Express.
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Image caption The Glasgow Times has the story of a cyclist who got into an altercation with the owner of a popular restaurant in the city.
Image caption The Edinburgh Evening News tells the story of a father who has vowed to help fight depression and addiction after the death of his son.
Image caption The Evening Telegraph says a "shielding OAP couple" have been conned out of their savings by "heartless fraudsters".

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