Scotland's papers: Rail delays and Lady Mone to marry

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image sourceScotsman
image captionScotRail cancellations will continue for weeks as the operator struggles to clear a training backlog after the late delivery of new trains, according to The Scotsman. The paper also features a picture of the aftermath of the crash in Iceland which killed three British tourists.
image sourceHerald
image captionThe Herald reports that almost one in ten Scots would reject their MSP if they were a different religion. The paper also covers the loss of 150 jobs at a clinical waste firm.
image sourceScottish Daily Mail
image captionThe Scottish Daily Mail claims scores of gangsters have been freed early wearing electronic tags. It also reports Lady Mone is to marry billionaire Doug Barrowman.
image sourcePress & Journal
image captionThe Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire edition of the Press & Journal leads with the death of a man in a block of flats in Tillydrone. The paper also features a picture of a designer who makes lamps out of recycled bottles of spirits.
image sourceThe Courier
image captionClaims for rail compensation have more than trebled, according to the Dundee edition of The Courier. The paper also features a picture of a schoolgirl who wrote Christmas cards and spent two hours handing them out to strangers.
image source Sun
image captionThe Sun claims Meghan Markle told friends she would 'serve illegal marijuana' at her first wedding. The paper also covers the fatal car crash in Iceland.
image sourceDaily Record
image captionThe Daily Record leads with the loss of 150 jobs at a clinical waste firm and claims workers did overtime to earn extra money for Christmas.
image captionThe National highlights SNP analysis which suggests most opinion polls over the past year have shown an increase in support for independence
image sourceScottish Daily Express
image captionThe Scottish Daily Express reports Prime Minister Teresa May's hopes of saving her Brexit deal have been handed a boost after a Brussels commissioner admitted Europeans risk being left 'billions of pounds worse off' unless a solution can be found.
image sourceDaily Star
image captionThe Daily Star claims the government is set to scrap daylight saving time next year. The paper also reports on Lady Mone's engagement.
image sourceThe Times
image captionThe Times splash claims cross-Channel migrants are targeting 'soft touch' Britain. It also highlights newly released Cabinet papers in which a government advisor predicted emails would never catch on.
image sourceDaily Telegraph
image captionThe Daily Telegraph features a striking picture of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with football legend Paul Gascoigne. The paper leads with a warning from a former immigration chief that the UK is a 'taxi service'
image sourceThe i
image captionLabour leader Jeremy Corbyn told The i the Commons should be recalled next week to vote on the Prime Minister's Brexit plan.

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