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Legend, The number of Omicron Covid cases in Scotland reaching 29 is making headlines. The Scottish Sun is ahead with news that a concert by pop group Steps at Glasgow’s Hydro venue on November 22 was linked to six of the cases.
Legend, The Daily Record front page reports that a senior Scottish police officer has been suspended from duty over a “criminal allegation”. Temporary Deputy Police Chief Pat Campbell was suspended on Wednesday.
Express
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The Daily Express front page features the leap in Omicron cases across Scotland. The new variant of the virus was also first registered with the NHS Highland, NHS Grampian and NHS Forth Valley health boards.
TIME
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The Scottish Daily Mail is also in the lead with the jump in Omicron cases and carries Nicola Sturgeon’s warning that cases are expected to increase “possibly significantly” over the next few days.
Scottish
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The fact that the cases of the Omicron variant can no longer be linked to a single event is echoed by The Scotsman. The newspaper also reports fears expressed by BMA Scotland that the NHS will never fully recover from the Covid pandemic.
Star of the day
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Cases related to the Steps pop concert in Glasgow are how the Daily Star covers the news of the growing Omicron Covid outbreak.
the I
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‘UK’ Red Alert on Omicron’s Ability to Double Hit ‘is the headline of the first weekend, with the newspaper claiming public health officials have given the variant the alert level highest for its ability to evade immunity.
the herald
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Fears that face-to-face consultations with general practitioners will be curtailed under new guidelines for managing respiratory conditions are making headlines in the Herald.
Telegraph
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A warning that thousands of oil and gas jobs could be at risk in the UK after Shell pulls out of Cambo oilfield development is making headlines in the Daily Telegraph.
the temperature
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The Times main article says Chancellor Rishi Sunak plans to cut income tax by 2 pence per pound or cut VAT rates ahead of the next election. Another option under consideration would be to reduce inheritance tax, according to the newspaper.
the National
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The National is leading with news that the British government refuses to reveal how much it has spent on political opinion polls on the State of the Union.
Evening newspaper
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The Edinburgh Evening News leads with a Hearts player speaking about being hit by objects thrown by the crowd while playing at Celtic Park on Thursday.
Mail
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The Courier leads with the conviction of a music teacher who has called female students a “fair game”. Matthew Birch was convicted of raping two students and having sex while in a position of trust at schools in North Lanarkshire and Fife.
newspaper
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The front page of Press and Journal focuses on news that a review of maternity services in Moray stopped before calling for the immediate restoration of a full service led by a consultant. Maternity wards were downgraded at Dr Gray’s Hospital in Elgin in 2018 due to understaffing.
the evening express
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The conviction of a pub owner for drug-related offenses makes the front page of the Aberdeen Evening Express.
glasgow times
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A push to get more taxis available during Christmas time is making headlines in the Glasgow Times.
telegraph
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The Dundee’s Evening Telegraph focuses on calls for the erection of a traditional Christmas tree in the city center.

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