Scotland's papers: Warning over children on antidepressants

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Image caption The Times says NHS data has revealed that more than 80,000 people aged under 18 - almost 6,000 of them in Scotland - are being given antidepressants, despite warnings that the pills may harm developing brains for little benefit
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Image caption The Herald says analysis has shown that more than 30 major infrastructure projects across Scotland have faced delays or ballooning budgets in the last few years
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Image caption The i writes that the EU's chief negotiator has rejected key parts of the UK government's Brexit plan
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Image caption The National reports that the SNP is increasing preparations for a possible general election with the party's new depute saying it is "fired up and ready to go"
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Image caption According to the Daily Telegraph, cabinet ministers Sajid Javid and Philip Hammond have clashed over free movement after the chancellor said EU workers should be given "preferential" treatment in an attempt to win over Angela Merkel and strike a post-Brexit trade deal
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Image caption Brexiteers have branded the EU a "mafia-like" organisation after its chief negotiator rubbished Theresa May's Chequers plan for a future relationship with the bloc, according to the Scottish Daily Express
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Mail says family doctors are being forced to choose which patients to treat amid a "deepening" NHS staffing crisis
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Image caption The Daily Record reports that double world boxing champion Scott Harrison has been reunited with his family after spending three years in jail
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Image caption The Courier says hundreds of potentially deadly weapons have been seized at courts in Fife over the last three years
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Image caption George Michael's lover has claimed that the singer committed suicide, according to the Scottish Sun
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Image caption The Press and Journal reports that senior staff working at a "crisis-hit" paediatric department quit their posts over safety concerns
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Image caption The Daily Star writes that comic Keith Lemon has revealed that he battled a gang of moped muggers who were targeting his watch

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