Scotland's papers: Civil servant could 'lose job' over Salmond

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Image caption Scotland on Sunday leads with fresh claims that permanent secretary Leslie Evans sought to "materially mislead" the public over the collapse of the Scottish government's case against Alex Salmond.
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Image caption Meanwhile, the Sunday Mail writes that a senior SNP source claims the civil servant in charge of the Alex Salmond investigation could lose her job.
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Image caption Former Rangers player Fernando Ricksen features on the front page of the Scottish Sun on Sunday saying his illness has recently become too severe for him to return home to Spain.
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Image caption The Sunday Post reports that Scotland has been encouraged to follow in America's footsteps and name priests accused of sexual abuse.
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Image caption A "bombshell" plot is under way to hijack control of Brexit negotiations and sideline Theresa May, according to The Sunday Times.
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Image caption Theresa May told the Scottish Sunday Express that she has urged MPs to accept her Brexit deal or face "catastrophe".
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Image caption And the Sunday National reports on Scotland's Brexit secretary Michael Russell who says he will encourage MPs to reject Theresa May's Brexit deal.

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