Scotland's papers: Tsunami leaves devastation in its wake

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image copyrightThe Herald
image captionThe Herald features a picture of rescuers searching for survivors in Indonesia and an interview with a doctor who warns junior doctors should not be used to plug gaps in hospital rotas over the festive period.
image copyrightDaily Record
image captionThe Daily Record leads with an undercover investigation which saw a reporter work as a delivery driver for Amazon in the build-up to Christmas. The paper claims staff endure a 'draconian culture'. Amazon said its self-employed drivers were "fairly compensated".
image copyrightThe Scotsman
image captionA heartbreaking image of a crying boy in Indonesia dominates The Scotsman front page. It also claims staff shortages are putting ambulance crews under "huge and growing pressure".
image copyrightScottish Sun
image captionThe Duchess of Cambridge visited a bargain store to buy festive gifts, according to The Scottish Sun. The paper also reveals a mother will have Christmas dinner with the ashes of her late son at the table.
image copyrightThe National
image captionThe National leads with a call for the Home Office to relax "restrictive" immigration visas and also features a picture of the damage caused by the tsunami in Indonesia.
image copyrightScottish Daily Mail
image captionThe Scottish Daily Mail focuses on the "Gatwick drones debacle" after police admit there may not have been any drones at all.
image copyrightThe Times
image captionThe Times also leads on the "drone attack farce" and features a picture of children from the Salisbury Cathedral choir.
image copyrightThe i
image captionThe i reports ministers will meet on Monday to discuss improving security at UK airports.
image copyrightDaily Telegraph
image captionThe Daily Telegraph focuses on The Queen's Christmas message in which she will urge the UK to overcome "deeply held differences".
image copyrightPress & Journal
image captionThe north-east edition of The Press and Journal reveals detectives investigating the murder of taxi driver George Murdoch in 1983 have received more than 100 tip offs after a fresh public appeal.
image copyrightThe Courier
image captionThe Fife edition of The Courier leads with the unexplained death of a man in Kirkcaldy.
image copyrightScottish Daily Express
image captionThe Scottish Daily Express reports Prime Minister Theresa May will make an impassioned plea for Britons to "come together" and build a better country after Brexit.

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