Scotland's papers: Police Scotland branded 'racist'

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A government-funded charity has accused Police Scotland of "institutional racism", with only 1% of staff from ethnic backgrounds, according to the Sunday Herald.

Army recruits caught taking drugs during their basic training are being allowed to remain in the military for the first time, reports the Scottish Mail On Sunday.

The Sunday Mail says a "serial sex attacker" who had his life sentence quashed by three Scottish judges has been jailed in France after raping two schoolgirls.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday publishes a photograph of actor Ewan McGregor sharing a "passionate kiss" with his on-screen lover in a busy cafe.

And the Sunday Post says a Conservative MP who missed a crucial debate to referee a football match plans to miss up to five weeks of Westminster work to go to the World Cup.

Scotland on Sunday devotes its front page to the ongoing independence demonstrations in Catalonia. The paper says protesters "hit the streets as Spain moves to axe leaders and force election".

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