Scotland’s papers: Drug secure rooms and ‘shaming’ of abuse colleges

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The Herald
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The Herald reports the conclusions of a Westminster committee calling for a reform of UK drug laws and the introduction of a safe consumption room pilot in Glasgow. The photo shows the damage done by Hurricane Idalis in Tarpon Springs, Florida. And there is a story that a new station on the Edinburgh to Glasgow rail line could take 1,600 cars a day off the roads.

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The Metro also goes with the drugs story. It says the Scottish government has been pressing for safe spaces where users can take substances under supervision but that has been blocked until now by ministers at Westminster.

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The National reports that the Home Office has already dismissed the drugs scheme and quotes a safe room campaigner saying that is political posturing ahead of a UK election. The paper also has a photo of Glen Coe where it says there is a huge litter problem.

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The Times says the autumn Covid and flu vaccination campaign in the rest of the UK is being…

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