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The papers: PM's 'contempt' for Scottish democracy

Image caption The Herald leads with Tuesday's Brexit vote in the Commons, saying the SNP has accused Theresa May of showing "contempt" for Scottish democracy.
Image caption The Scotsman says the SNP is threatening to withdraw co-operation over Brexit after devolution plans were approved following just 15 minutes of debate
Image caption "SNP fury at Brexit outrage" is the headline on the front page of the i newspaper, which says Theresa May did a deal with Tory rebels to avoid a "humiliating defeat".
Image caption The National says Westminster "ripped up" the devolution settlement without letting any MPs from Scotland speak during the Commons debate.
Image caption Three UK ministers have held talks with an anti-Brexit campaign group that wants them to back a second EU referendum, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Image caption The Daily Express says Theresa May was able to win a "crunch" Commons vote, but adds that more "tricky votes" lie ahead.
Image caption President Donald Trump has ordered a "surprise halt" to military exercises involving US forces on the Korean peninsula, reports The Times.
Image caption A charity fundraiser may lose a leg after an accident while he was scaling Ben Nevis, says the Daily Record.
Image caption Only 40 out of 400 British jihadis who fought in Syria and Iraq have been prosecuted on their return home, says the Daily Mail.
Image caption The Sun has the story of the train driver who spent hundreds of pounds on a huge picture of the Forth Bridge - despite having the same view from his window.
Image caption Seriously ill Leslie Grantham has been hit by the "curse of the Krays", according to the Daily Star.
Image caption The Press and Journal reports on a fatal accident inquiry in Oban, which has heard evidence that the owner of a sunken trawler refused permission to recover the vessel.

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