Scotland

Scotland's papers: Madeleine hunt and right to die campaign

The parents of Madeleine McCann feature in many of the Sunday papers as they mark 10 years since her disappearance.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday has picture of Kate McCann who says she will never give up hope for her daughter.

"For pity's sake, let me die in Scotland" is the headline on the front page of the Sunday Herald. The paper is featuring a diary by campaigner Colin Campbell "charting his journey to a Swiss suicide clinic".

The front page of the Scotland on Sunday is yellow in colour and has the headline "Heartache in its heartland?" The paper says Labour fears the symbolic loss of Glasgow to the nationalists in this week's local elections.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads with trouble at Saturday's Old Firm match at Ibrox.

The Sunday Mail has a story about a football star who it reports has banned himself from a chain of bookies after becoming addicted to gambling.

Record numbers of Scottish children are being prescribed drugs for ADHD, according to the Sunday Post.

Brexit negotiations began with a blazing row as Brussels flatly rejected Theresa May's negotiating position and accused the prime minister of living in a "parallel reality", says the Sunday Times.

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