#TSNEWS – Sept.05: The long walk to freedom” is the headline on the front page of the Scotsman. The paper has a picture of hundreds of refugees who have been stranded at a train station in Budapest who began marching out of the city towards the border with Austria.
Britain should open up its hearts and borders to Syria’s refugees, according to Scotland’s leading Catholic church leader, reports the Herald.
The National also focuses on the “exodus” of refugees from Hungary as the country continues its crackdown on asylum seekers.
“No more shrouds” is the headline in the Daily Record. The papers says the Scottish people have pledged to provide a safe haven to help end the needless suffering of thousands of desperate refugees.
The Scottish Sun reports on a couple who deny murdering their toddler and blaming his death on a seven-year-old.
Scotland Yard is under pressure to shelve its VIP paedophile murder inquiry because detectives have “grave doubts” about the testimony of the key witness, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.
A body discovered at an Aberdeenshire harbour is believed to be that of a young Highland chef who has been at the centre of a huge missing person investigation, says the Press and Journal.
The Courier says a new study has revealed that flooding chaos in Alyth was triggered by a month’s worth of rainfall in just six hours.
Scottish papers: Walk to freedom and Scotland’s defeatScotland’s front pages focus on refugees walking from Hungary to Austria and Scotland’s defeat by Georgia in the Euro qualifiers.
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