Scottish newspapers: ‘Jag and the beanstalk’ and PM floats lobbying ban

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The possible expansion of Scotland’s vaccine passport program appears on many of the country’s front pages. The Scottish Sun highlights the fact that this could include theaters just as panto season begins. To illustrate the point, the newspaper’s graphic artists poked fun at what Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon would look like as the star of the holiday favorite Jack and the Beanstalk.

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The Scottish Daily Mail is warning its readers to prepare for a “bleak winter” if Covid cases increase. The document says vaccine passports may be required for theaters and cinemas starting Dec. 6. The prime minister told the MSPs that a final decision would be made on Tuesday.

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The headline of the Daily Record is “passports for bars.” The newspaper highlights fears that companies could be “paralyzed” by the new restrictions that would be introduced before the busy holiday period.

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Under the new proposals, The Herald says a negative Covid test can be accepted to enter licensed cinemas, theaters, or hospitality venues. Nicola Sturgeon told Holyrood that it would be “deeply irresponsible” not to consider measures to avoid the introduction of stricter restrictions during the winter.

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The i highlights the reaction to the prime minister’s announcement and reports that companies have criticized her “vague comments” on whether pubs and restaurants will also be included in the new rules. The newspaper says the possible move, which won’t be confirmed until next week, has created “more confusion.”

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The Metro is moving forward with the prospect that Scottish workers will need a vaccination passport to attend their Christmas night. Currently, the plan only applies to nightclubs and major events such as concerts and soccer games.

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The Scotsman’s main story is Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plans to prevent MPs from taking a second job as the “squalor dispute” escalates. The additional roles politicians play in Westminster have been under the microscope since Tory Owen Paterson was found to have broken lobbying rules as a paid consultant.

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The Times headlines about a backlash from some Conservative MPs over plans to ban them from taking a second job. The newspaper also portrays the Duchess of Cornwall during her visit to Jordan at a children’s center in Amman, alongside Queen Rania.

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Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of betraying the Scottish oil industry, according to the Scottish Daily Express. The criticism came after she said the proposed oil field in Cambo off Shetland “should not be given the green light.”

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The Press and Journal says the prime minister’s intervention is the strongest yet in the Cambo oil project. The decision on whether to allow drilling is not a transferred matter. The UK government has said that an environmental impact assessment will be carried out first, although Scottish Secretary Alister Jack recently said the new field should get the “100%” go-ahead.

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The Daily Telegraph takes Home Secretary Priti Patel’s criticism of asylum seekers launching “appeal after appeal” to stay in the UK. The newspaper says the Church of England was facing questions about its role in helping them convert to Christianity.

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El Nacional leads with a claim that independence will create 35,000 new jobs in the public administration. The document informs that the next SNP conference will be informed that the publications should be distributed throughout the country.

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Taxpayers shell out nearly £ 2m for a fleet of electric cars that were allowed to collect dust in city parking lots, the Glasgow Times reports.

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The cover of the Evening Express is dominated by a “shoe thief” who attacked his victim with a “domestic arsenal” before calling an ambulance.

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The Evening Telegraph launches a police investigation into the sudden death of a man in his 40s.

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Rent increases are “out of control in Lothians,” according to the Edinburgh Evening News.

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The Courier is leading the installation of “poor roofs” on town hall houses, a mistake that the newspaper said could cost taxpayers £ 4.4 million.

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And the Daily Star carries a photo of a pirate on its front page, as it says the UK supply shortage is exacerbated by the hijacking of ships and trucks.

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