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June.25, 2021: @acenewsservices

Scotland’s Papers: Euros drive ‘COVID19 surge’ and nurses fight low pay according to a union representing nurses in their NHS has taken the “unprecedented step” of lodging a formal trade dispute with the Scottish government, reports The Herald.

Scotland’s highest daily number of Covid cases since the start of the pandemic features on the front page of The Metro. It is feared the surge is being driven by football fans gathering to watch Euro 2020 matches. Nearly 3,000 cases were reported on Wednesday and almost two thirds of cases in the 15 to 44 age group are male.

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The Royal College of Nursing said it had “no choice” but to notify ministers as the row escalated. The paper also features a picture of members of the embattled travel industry protesting outside the Scottish Parliament about the impact of the Covid restrictions.

Scotsman The travel industry protest also features on the front page of The Scotsman. The paper’s lead story is that more than 150 members of the Scottish Greens, including four sitting councillors, have questioned their party’s decision to open talks with the SNP on a potential government coalition, claiming the party is “transphobic”.

Scottish Daily Mail Several newspapers picture the British warship HMS Defender, which was shadowed by Russian aircraft and ships as it sailed near Crimea. One of the Daily Mail’s journalists was on board at the time and has written an account of how” bursts of cannon fire rang out” as Russian jets “menaced the UK destroyer”.

The TimesThe Times says Britain has responded defiantly following the military confrontation. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace tells the paper that the Navy “will always uphold the international law of the sea and will not be impeded on innocent passage”. The paper also quotes a defence source as saying: “We chose that route and are free to choose it again.”

Daily TelegraphThe Daily Telegraph reports that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has “threatened to scupper hopes” of summer holidays in Europe, by urging EU countries to introduce quarantine for Britons. Her comments come as the UK prepares to give an update on its own travel rules, the paper says, and that the Balearic Islands, Malta and some Caribbean islands could be added to the green list.

The iThe i leads with a Long Covid study which reveals two million people have suffered lingering after-effects of the virus. Those affected have complained of tiredness, shortness of breath, muscle ache and trouble sleeping.

Scottish Daily ExpressThe Scottish Daily Express’s top story is on the annual accounts published by the Royal Family, which show the Prince of Wales carried on supporting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with money in the months after they stepped back as senior royals. The Express says it comes after Prince Harry said his family cut him off financially.

The National Two BBC Scotland chiefs admitted to worried staff that a plan to transfer two of its studios to the control of the corporation in England was not the “best deal” for the Scottish-based arm of the broadcaster and that they opposed it, according to The National.

Scottish SunTV stars Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan were “tossed around like crash test dummies” when a police car crashed into their taxi at high speed. The couple said they were lucky to survive the accident in Quebec, Canada.

The Courier Councillors have approved plans to serve frozen meals made in Dundee to schoolchildren in Perth and Kinross amid claims the cash-strapped local authority would struggle to meet demand unless significant changes were made.

Edinburgh Evening NewsThe Edinburgh Evening News offers readers an “exclusive first look” at the new £1bn St James shopping centre, which opens on Thursday. It includes Europe’s biggest Zara and the city’s first Lego shop.

Evening Telegraph The Evening Telegraph leads with the conviction of a former karate coach who was caught with a haul of sexual abuse images following a raid on his home.

Glasgow TimesThe Glasgow Times features an interview with a woman who feared she would never be able to have children after a “cancer shock”.

Press & JournalRural groups have written to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to express concerns that their livelihoods could be “torn apart” if the Scottish government is “held to ransom” by Green Party politics.

Evening ExpressThe Evening Express reports that an artist’s “bomb” mock-up forced a street to be evacuated.

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