Scotland's papers: Dungavel to close and girl to wed school 'janny'

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The Herald leads with the closure of controversial Dungavel Immigration Removal Centre in Lanarkshire, as does the Scottish edition of the Times.

The front page of the Scotsman features the delay in bringing in the Named Person scheme.

Paige Doherty's murderer John Leathem is on the front page of the Daily Record. The paper claims to have obtained footage of him with a stripper.

A school janitor is to marry an 18 year old former pupil, according to the Scottish Sun.

The front page of the Scottish Daily Mail leads with the news that one Scottish marketing firm has been fined for making 1.6 million nuisance calls.

The National says that the appointment of former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Vehofstadt as the European Parliament's negotiator in Brexit talks with the UK is a "major boost for Scotland's interests".

The Scottish Daily Express says the British Transport Police think plans to merge the force with Police Scotland are "ludicrous" and "horrific".

Hoax callers are "putting lives at risk", according to the Dundee edition of The Courier .

A story that £40,000 worth of heirlooms have been stolen from the home of an oil executive features on the front page of the Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal.

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