Scotland's papers: 'One in 10 face jobs axe' and burger rush

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The Scottish Daily Mail warns that one in 10 Scots could lose their jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The paper reports there are fears unemployment will soar to the highest levels since the 1980s and young people will be hit hardest.
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"Don't Burger This Up" is the headline in The Scottish Sun, which features a picture of a long queue of traffic outside a McDonald's restaurant in Glasgow as it opened for the first time since lockdown. The scenes, which were replicated across the country, came on the day First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said tighter laws may have to be imposed if people do not stick to the current guidelines
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The Scottish Daily Express reports the first minister had "no written briefings from chief medical officers" during the first month of the pandemic. The paper said the revelation has been described as "unbelievable and deeply disturbing" by critics.
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The Glasgow Times reports police were forced to step in to control the queues at McDonald's restaurants in the city. The paper's main story is a court case about a man who was jailed after he shouted "coronavirus" as he spat at a police officer.
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A no-deal Brexit will harm the response to Covid-19, according to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. The Scotsman also features a picture of US President Donald Trump holding a bible outside a church in Washington amid protests across the US following the killing of George Floyd in police custody.
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The Herald features a picture of a long line of MPs observing social distancing as they wait to vote at Westminster. The paper also reports the UK government is moving closer to quarantine-free travel by the end of the month.
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The National reports the Scottish Greens have written to the BBC to request that the daily UK government Covid-19 media briefings are not shown in Scotland. The party fears screening press conferences from London and Edinburgh with conflicting messages is "dangerous, confusing and risks public safety".
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Home Secretary Priti Patel writes about air bridges in the Daily Telegraph - but she does not give a date. Writing in the paper with Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, she defends the UK government's plan to quarantine new arrivals and warns tough travel measures are important to prevent a second peak of the virus.
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The i newspaper predicts the pandemic will spark the biggest funding crisis ever seen in UK universities. It says students may have to live in social bubbles with the same people who are on their course. And freshers' week - the time for new undergraduates to socialise with each other - will be virtual, the paper suggests.
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A senior Police Scotland firearms officer has been accused of sending out “the wrong message” to female recruits after concerns were raised about accounts he was following on Twitter, says the Daily Record.
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"No sign of pledged tests in care homes" is the headline in the Angus and Dundee edition of The Courier. The paper features an interview with a relative condemning the "deceitful" government messages in relation to rapid coronavirus checks.
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The Edinburgh Evening News leads with an attack on a homeless man, who was beaten before his shelter was set alight.
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B&B owners in the north of Scotland will benefit from a £3m lifeline fund to boost the "hard-pressed tourism industry", reports the Press and Journal.
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The Evening Express features a CCTV still of Martin Henderson, 30, drinking a pint. It was captured just over an hour after he knocked down and killed 70-year-old Allan Forbes as she stood at a bus stop in Aberdeen.

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