Scotland's front pages: Missing boy and school meals

Children across Scotland face a postcode lottery in terms of the school meals being provided to them by their local councils, according to a report in the Scotland on Sunday.

The Sunday Herald says the SNP has come out fighting over the issue of how independence supporters should cast their second vote.

"My little boy lost" is the headline on the front page of the Sunday Mail. The paper reports on the case of Sandy Davidson who was just three when he disappeared from his home Ayrshire 40 years ago.

Fury has erupted after a burglar charged with breaking into almost 50 homes was convicted of just two of them, claims the Sunday Post.

The Scottish Sun has a story about a mother and daughter who claim their lives were torn apart by a policeman who faked a probe into their sex abuse claims.

Boris Johnson has launched an astonishing attack on Barack Obama's "ridiculous and weird" arguments for Britain to stay in the EU, says the Scottish Mail on Sunday.

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