Scotland's newspapers: First minister offers 'small bubble of hope'

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Scottish Daily Express
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The first minister has hinted that small groups of people may be able to meet as the lockdown is loosened, according to the Scottish Daily Express.
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The Scotsman also reports on the prospect that people may be able to meet a small "bubble" of other people outside their household.
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The Scottish Daily Mail says people could be allowed to socialise with up to 10 of their closest family and friends.
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Nicola Sturgeon says the bubble strategy will allow people to meet up with "one or two" more people outside their household, according to The Scottish Sun.
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The National reports that UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock is under pressure to follow Nicola Sturgeon's lockdown exit strategy.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak is drawing up measures to allow non-essential businesses to reopen in a "safe and practical way", The Times Scotland reports.
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A third of UK cancer surgeons say they have stopped operating altogether amid fears of potentially fatal complications from the coronavirus, The Herald reports.
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The Press and Journal reports that 10,000 testing kits and 10 million face masks have arrived in Scotland to boost the battle against the virus.
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The Daily Record reports on the sudden death of a four-year-old boy at home.
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Businesses are being pushed to the brink of collapse due to delays in virus grant payments, according to The Courier.
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The Glasgow Times reports that a council boss facing a disciplinary hearing over expenses has retired early.
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Concerns over the future of funding for the extension of Edinburgh's tram line make the front page of the Edinburgh Evening News.
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Aberdeen's Evening Express reports that two men have appeared in court on an attempted murder charge.
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The Daily Star claims "we're turning into a nation of Jim Royles" as people are washing less and using less deodorant during lockdown.
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A man who celebrated his 100th birthday in style - despite the lockdown - is among stories on the front page of Dundee's Weekend Telegraph.