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Scotland's papers: 'No deal storm' and abuse victim's 'living hell'

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Image caption The Scottish Daily Mail reports Prime Minister Boris Johnson will face a series of difficult meetings when he visits Scotland. The paper says Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is likely to express her opposition to no-deal Brexit.
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Image caption The Scotsman reports Mr Johnson will stress he is a "passionate believer in the Union" when he travels north of the border for the first time since he succeeded Theresa May. The paper also features a picture of Kenyan acrobats as Edinburgh gears up for this year's festival.
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Image caption Mr Johnson is set to announce a £300m spending spree in a bid to shore up the Union, according to the Times. The front page also includes a picture of Egan Bernal after the 22-year-old Colombian became the youngest rider in 110 years to win the Tour de France.
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Image caption The National leads with SNP claims that the prime minister's £300m spending pledge does not include any new money.
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Image caption The Daily Telegraph also focuses on the meeting between Boris Johnson and Ruth Davidson. The main picture on the front page is of food blogger Ella Mills, who has named her new daughter after her late mother-in-law Dame Tessa Jowell.
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Image caption The i reports Boris Johnson's pledge to save the Union comes amid warnings that a no-deal Brexit will lead to a new Scottish independence referendum and Irish unification poll. The paper also covers the story of an Essex teenager who won $1m by finishing runner-up at the Fortnite world championships in New York.
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Express reports Mr Johnson's government is on "full no-deal Brexit alert" and claims the new prime minister has ordered daily emergency planning summits. The paper also features the news that the Duchess of Sussex has guest edited British Vogue's September issue, focusing on women who "break barriers".
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Image caption The Daily Record leads with an interview with a victim of the Celtic Boys Club child sex abuse scandal. The article renews calls for the club to take responsibility for the actions of convicted paedophiles such as Frank Cairney.
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Image caption The Herald focuses on new plans to film police interviews with sex crime victims in a bid to spare them a court ordeal and "improve justice". The main picture on the front page is of golf legend Tom Watson who played the final competitive round of his remarkable career at the Senior Open Championship.
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Image caption The Daily Star leads with claims that a sex tape featuring a former Strictly Come Dancing star has been leaked on the internet. The paper also previews the live final of Love Island.
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Image caption The North-East edition of the Press and Journal leads with the dramatic rescue of two teenage brothers after they got into difficulty while swimming on a beach.
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Image caption The Fife edition of The Courier reports a lack of GPs in the region means some patients are waiting up to three months for an appointment.

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