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#AceDailyNews says here’s yesterday’s Headline News: Its all about NHS Reaches 75 years of Age Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s Lord Thy God to be ‘ Healthy in Mind, Body, Heart & Mind Amen
Elsewhere, The Metro features comments from Aneira “Nye” Thomas – the first baby born in the health service on 5 July 1948. The ex-nurse, who is named after the institution’s founder and former Health Secretary Aneurin “Nye” Bevan, says it is a national treasure, the paper reports.
The Herald also focuses on the NHS with data which shows nearly 500 patients had their planned operations cancelled at short notice in May due to a lack of beds or staff.
The Courier front page leads with the former patient of a disgraced NHS Tayside surgeon meeting privately with Humza Yousaf, just over a week after heckling him at an SNP conference.
Theresa Mallett, 61, interrupted the party’s independence convention in Dundee to demand a public inquiry into Prof Sam Eljamel.
Away from the NHS and The Scotsman leads with news that SNP MP Mhairi Black is stepping down at the next general election. Ms Black, the party’s deputy leader at Westminster, became the parliament’s youngest MP since 1832 when she was elected aged 20 in 2015.
The Daily Express also focuses on the Mhairi Black story, claiming the SNP is imploding. Ms Black is the sixth SNP MP to announce they will not contest the next election, which is expected to be held in 2024.
The National focuses on comments made by Ms Black in a statement where the Paisley and Renfrewshire South MP described Westminster as an “outdated, sexist and toxic” working environment.
The Scottish Sun leads with the King Charles III being presented with Scotland’s crown jewels in a ceremony later to mark his Coronation. The paper reports the event in Edinburgh will involve a major security operation to stop eco protestors interrupting proceedings.
The Edinburgh Evening News also reports news of the service, which will be held in St Giles’ Cathedral on the city’s Royal Mile.
There may be further misery for mortgage holders this year, according to the i newspaper, which says the Bank of England is forecast to raise its base rate four more times in 2023 to tackle stubbornly high inflation. The paper also highlights accusations banks have been exploiting savers by failing to pass on higher rates.
The Scottish Daily Mail reports that nearly 1,000 children have been caught taking drugs into Scotland’s schools since 2019, including some of primary school age.
The Daily Telegraph leads with reports US President Joe Biden is tipping European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen to be Nato’s next secretary general. It comes after UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace was rejected for the role by the White House, the paper says.
Plans to hold a golf tourism conference in Inverness are the focus of the Press and Journal front page.
A drug dealer who soiled himself in the back of a police van is the main story in the Dundee Evening Telegraph.
A retailer quitting Aberdeen with shop workers blaming “thug gangs” for the exit is the lead story in the city’s Evening Express.
And anger at a planned 500% hike in the cost of having an allotment is the focus of the Glasgow Times’ front page.
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