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Market: Scotland’s papers: Virus assessments ‘speed out’ and Brexit bill passes


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Market: Scotland’s papers: Virus assessments ‘speed out’ and Brexit bill passes

Image caption The Times leads with a report that no coronavirus tests are available in the UK’s 10 worst virus hotspots, with shortages likely to continue for weeks. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has voiced “very serious concerns” at the backlog, the paper says. Image caption The Daily Telegraph says Scots are facing delays for Covid-19…

Market: Scotland’s papers: Virus assessments ‘speed out’ and Brexit bill passes

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The Times leads with a legend that no coronavirus assessments come in in the UK’s 10 worst virus hotspots, with shortages most likely to proceed for weeks. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has voiced “very serious concerns” on the backlog, the paper says.

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The On daily basis Telegraph says Scots are facing delays for Covid-19 take a look at outcomes after a surge in assign a query to triggered by pupils returning to varsity in England threatened to “crush” the UK’s laboratories.

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Aged Scots in care homes are being assign at risk by “predominant delays” to virus testing outcomes for workers, with waiting cases of up to 10 days, stories the Scottish On daily basis Mail.

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The Scotsman says Boris Johnson was once ready to “comfortably” seek for off an raise up over his controversial Internal Market Invoice, after telling MPs the UK must reserve the merely to override the Brexit deal to supply protection to the country’s “integrity”.

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“Assault on devolution has begun” is The Nationwide’s front web page headline, the newspaper announcing that Westminster has launched its assault on Holyrood with the bill.

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The i newspaper says the Brexit Invoice victory was once “bruising” for the high minster who shunned defeat in a tedious night time vote which passed with a majority of 77.

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The Herald leads with a warning from a charity that the Curriculum for Excellence is failing pupils, with the “poorly funded and incoherent” machine made worse by the pandemic crisis.

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Britain’s most cancers crisis is on the “point of no return” with 35,000 early deaths most likely, essentially based on the Scottish On daily basis Speak.

Market: Scotland's Papers: Virus Assessments 'speed Out' And Brexit Bill Passes

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The On daily basis File stories that the remains of Peter Manuel and other men hanged at Barlinnie are to be exhumed forward of the detention heart closes down.

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The Solar says a lottery winner has had their £58m jackpot inform accredited fair hours forward of the six-month cut-off date to inform the prize was once up.

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The On daily basis Star furthermore parts the “jackpot thriller” on its front web page, the paper reporting the tag was once sold in Ayrshire for the intention on 17 March.

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Scottish Conservative leaders are distancing themselves from one among their Perth and Kinross councillors after he posted a tweet suggesting the coronavirus “epidemic” resulted in June, stories The Courier.

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The Press and Journal says the mother of Manchester Arena bomb sufferer Eilidh MacLeod made a “poignant tribute” to her daughter on the inquiry into the tragedy.

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The Night Speak says an Aberdeen care dwelling has been rated “extinct” after a Covid-19 inspection learned failings that “increased the likelihood of infection”.

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An ex-solder attacked a man over a disabled parking bay, stories the Night Telegraph.

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The Glasgow Times says a football coach fears a “return to gang stopping” on the streets of Easterhouse if a native sports facility remains closed.

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A “convicted fraudster” who was once promoting a dinky city flat as a “spa villa” with room for 28 of us had had his adverts taken down following an Edinburgh Night News investigation, the paper stories.

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