Scotland’s Newspapers: March to Save the World and New Row of ‘Conservative Squalor’

Image source, The Sunday Post

Most of the Sunday papers feature the climate change march through Glasgow on Saturday. The Sunday Post uses a special wraparound cover to show a wide image of a section of the show. He quotes activist Vanessa Nakate, who told the crowd: “It takes people like you and me to demand that they treat the climate crisis as our crisis.”

Image source, National Sunday

The Sunday National says 100,000 people from around the world marched through the city to tell COP26 leaders that this is the last chance for our planet.

Image source, The Scottish sun on Sunday

The city was “flooded,” says the Scottish Sun on Sunday, as activists faced heavy rain and high winds along the three-mile route as part of one of Scotland’s largest demonstrations.

Image source, The herald on Sunday

On Sunday, The Herald reports that there were tense scenes during the march when a group of protesters were detained by police on a section of the route, prompting accusations of boiling.

Image source, The Sunday Times Scotland

A new row “Tory sleaze” appears on the cover of the Scottish edition of the Sunday Times. The Conservative Party has been accused of abusing the honors system by systematically offering seats in the House of Lords to millionaire donors who pay more than £ 3 million to the party, he writes.

Image source, Scotland on Sunday

Scotland on Sunday leads with an interview with Judy Murray, who is trying to establish a major national tennis center near Dunblane. She told the newspaper that Scotland had not capitalized on the sporting success of her sons, former world number one Jamie and Andy Murray.

Image source, Sunday Mail

The publisher of Nicola Sturgeon’s book Women Hold Up Half The Sky is under investigation for claims that the rules were broken when the government body Highlands and Islands Enterprise gave her £ 295,000, The Sunday Mail reports.

Image source, Scottish Sunday Express

The Scottish Sunday Express spearheads the vision of UK Foreign Secretary Lis Truss of Great Britain as “the beating heart of a global network of freedom” ahead of her tour of Southeast Asia.

Image source, Scottish Post on Sunday

Plans to ban overseas travel for Britons who reject the offer of a Covid booster vaccine are revealed by The Mail on Sunday.

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