Scotland Papers: COP26 Carbon Footprint Record and Meghan’s Apology

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The Scotsman says that carbon emissions from COP26 are expected to reach more than double the amount pumped into the atmosphere during the last climate conference and the summit is on track to be the most polluting “of its kind.”

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China and the United States have unveiled a “surprise plan” at COP26 to work together to reduce emissions and help combat the climate crisis, The Herald reports.

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Metro also leads with COP26 as it enters its final days, reporting on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s “last bet” to halt the summit which ends in failure by returning to Glasgow to urge world leaders to go further in their commitments. climatic.

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The Daily Telegraph says the Duchess of Sussex apologized for misleading a court about whether she had authorized assistants to inform the authors of a biography about her.

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The Daily Express says the new “explosive” evidence comes after lawyers for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex insisted there was no collaboration with the writers of the book Finding Freedom.

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The Sun calls the Duchess “Little Miss Forgetful” after the Court of Appeals released emails showing how the couple had “briefed” their press spokesperson before meeting the writers two years ago.

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Hundreds of companies created after the licensing plan was put in place at the start of the Covid pandemic have claimed up to £ 26.6 million from the taxpayer, according to The Times.

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The Daily Mail says it may reveal that Sir Geoffrey Cox has earned more than £ 5.5 million from his work as a lawyer while he has been a Conservative MP, “moonlighting” for 10,700 hours at his “second job”.

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High-ranking Scottish conservatives are furious over the current “squalor dispute,” with party figures speaking out about the “self-inflicted group mistake” as the prime minister battles the latest backlash, reports The National.

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The Daily Record spearheads Scotland’s “ambulance crisis”, the newspaper says a survey of paramedics has revealed that the situation is putting lives at risk, as well as pushing the service “beyond the breaking point”.

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Britain is becoming a nation of cocktail drinkers as pub-goers “ditch” the beers, reports the Daily Star.

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The Press and Journal says a community is mourning the loss of a “legendary” Inverness businessman who owned the well-known Corner Shop in Merkinch for five decades.

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Police are investigating after a man was found dead in an Aberdeen flat, with a woman assisting officers with the investigation following a “midnight incident”.

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The Glasgow Times begins with the story of a barber who says the city’s Union Street is like the zombie movie “World War Z” with daily battles and drug abuse outside of his salon.

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Health chiefs have warned that the “wipeout” of breast cancer services in Tayside could cost lives, The Courier reports.

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The Edinburgh Evening News says a heritage watchdog has launched an “amazing offer” in the capital to shut down sidewalk cafes in the city center.

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The Evening Telegraph leads with a “damning report” to a Dundee youth club, where inspectors found children playing in dumpsters and unlocked fire doors and doors.

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