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The papers: Cannabis under the spotlight

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Image caption Scotland on Sunday says the case of an epileptic boy who was taken to hospital last week after cannabis oil used to stop his seizures was confiscated has reopened the debate about legalisation of the drug
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Image caption The Sunday Mail says a violent student who abused his teenage girlfriend days before she took her own life is now enrolled at an Oxford university
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Image caption The Sunday Herald reports that the restoration work on the Glasgow School of Art was not subject to usual building and inspection regulations because the Mackintosh Building was Grade A listed.
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Image caption A mother left suicidal after the murder of two of her children has talked of her despair after losing lifeline benefits, according to the Sunday Post
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Image caption The Sunday Times says a whistleblower has revealed that thousands of patients may have died prematurely because of cheap, faulty syringe pumps as the Gosport NHS scandal continues
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Image caption The Scottish Mail on Sunday says it has exposed a weakness in the country's border controls which makes it possible to arrive in mainland Britain entirely unchecked
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Image caption A UK government adviser says ministers and officials must invoke Britain's effort to build Spitfires during World War Two to help construct the homes the country needs, according to the Sunday Telegraph
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Image caption The Sunday Express says the prime minister has been urged by an influential group to get tough on Brussels and threaten to withdraw the UK's divorce bill cash without a "decent" trade deal
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Image caption The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads with the wedding of Game of Thrones stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie in Scotland

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