Scotland

The papers: Brexit fishing 'betrayal' and driverless buses

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Image caption Theresa May faces criticism over her Brexit deal on all sides, according to The Herald, including an accusation from Nicola Sturgeon that she is "selling out" Scotland's fishermen.
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Image caption The National also focuses on fishing rights, claiming they have been bargained away during Brexit negotiations.
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Image caption The Daily Mail continues to back Theresa May's deal, its headline echoing her appeal that it's now time to get on with it.
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Image caption The Daily Express carries an image of the prime minister addressing a largely empty House of Commons and asks: "Can we trust our MPs to deliver on the referendum?".
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Image caption The Scotsman leads with the news that Scotland could be the first part of the UK to see driverless buses, with plans for a service to run between Fife and Edinburgh in 2020.
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Image caption As the first oil starts flowing from the Clair Ridge project, The Press and Journal hails it as a "vote of confidence" in the North Sea offshore industry.
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Image caption The knife attack on a health worker at a hospital in Ayrshire is the lead for the Scottish Sun.
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Image caption The front page of the Daily Record reports that the daughter of Glasgow bin lorry crash driver Harry Clarke has been convicted of vandalising a man's van.
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Image caption A crackdown on visas for international students is causing a financial crisis for universities, according to the i newspaper.
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Image caption 'Signed, sealed - time to deliver' is the headline for The Courier as it reports on the signing of the Tay Cities Deal which should herald £700m of investment.
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Image caption The Times leads with calls on advertisers to boycott technology giants like Facebook and Google until they show they "are serious" about tackling online terrorist material.
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Image caption The Daily Star reports that comedian Peter Kay is ready to make a comeback in a new project with Car Share co-star Sian Gibson.

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