Scotland's papers: 'Secret' Clutha report and rail disruption

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The Scottish Sun on Sunday claims a secret report into the Clutha helicopter crash says the incident was caused by mechanical faults, not dead pilot David Traill.

The Sunday Herald claims to have uncovered a multinational crime operation.

The Scottish edition of The Sunday Times features details about the private life of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Ms Sturgeon, who has no children, has spoken for the first time about suffering a miscarriage in a new book about SNP leaders. This also leads the Scottish Mail on Sunday.

Almost 100,000 Scots will have no central heating this winter, according to the Scottish Sunday Express. It says the SNP will not be able to keep their promise to end fuel poverty by November.

The Scottish edition of the Sunday Telegraph says scientists have warned that the number of children diagnosed with cancer has risen by 40% in the last 16 years because of air pollution, pesticides, poor diets and radiation.

The Scotland on Sunday asks if the SNP can exploit historic links with France to keep Scotland at the heart of Europe.

The Sunday Post says rail passengers face disruption after workers installed overhead wires at the wrong height.

The Sunday Mail reports that a sheriff has been condemned for jailing a church minister after she was accused of keeping her children away from their father, a convicted murderer.

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