What the Scottish papers say


A Justice of the Peace has resigned to set up a campaign against knife crime in response to the death of Scots teenager Reamonn Gormley, writes The Herald.

Emergency supplies of water have been shipped out to a North Sea platform after workers claimed they have been banned from showering for a week, reports the Press and Journal.

The Daily Record writes that Dutch right-wing extremists want Highland cattle kicked out of their country as illegal immigrants.

The Scottish Daily Mail reports that children as young as 15 are now showing signs of heart disease, reflecting Scotland's unhealthy lifestyles.

The Scotsman says British banks have been accused of continuing to treat disgruntled customers unfairly - despite a poor handling of complaints.

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