Scotland's papers: New agency hack fears

New figures reported in the Sunday Herald show that one person sleeping rough on Scotland's streets dies every week. The paper calls the statistic the "shame on our nation".

The Scotland on Sunday writes that Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has performed a U-turn over prescription charges. The paper says that despite repeatedly criticising the policy, the Conservatives now see it as a way of helping keep people out of hospital.

Scottish patient, student and council records have been targeted by thousands of cyber attacks on public bodies, similar to the one that brought parts of the NHS to a standstill, claims The Times on Sunday.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday says that the Scottish government is due to scrap prison terms of less than one year and will introduce the change within months.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday reports that Ruth Davidson wants a 35-year gap between votes on Scottish independence.

"Hordes of hooligans" banned from travelling abroad will be able to cross into Scotland and police admit they are "powerless" to stop them, according to the Sunday Mail.

The Sunday Post claims that a man and woman have been conducting a smear campaign against the mother of missing airman, Corrie McKeague.

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