Scotland's papers: Sunak 'to take on' SNP and Kaye set for Strictly

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The Scotsman says Tory leadership candidate Rishi Sunak has told rival Liz Truss that ignoring the SNP would be "dangerously complacent" as he laid out his plans for Scotland were he to become prime minister.
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Liz Truss is also pictured on the front of the Daily Telegraph. The paper says former chancellor Mr Sunak has accused her of being "dangerously complacent" about the threat First Minister Nicola Sturgeon poses to the Union.
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The Herald is warning that energy bills are set to reach £4,000 next year for Scots. According to independent consultancy predictions, the government's price cap could need to be increased soon.
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Kaye Adams taking part in Strictly Come Dancing makes the front page of the Daily Record. The broadcaster shared the news with her fellow Loose Women panellists live on Friday's show.
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The i newspaper says that a business chief has criticised the "vacuum" at the heart of the government, as the UK "braces for an economic storm" amid the cost of living crisis and the end days of the Boris Johnson administration.
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The Scottish Sun is reporting that ex-Towie star Lauren Goodger's boyfriend has been arrested for allegedly assaulting her following their baby's funeral.
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Rishi Sunak also makes the front page of the Daily Express. The Tory leadership rivals have clashed on how to defeat the SNP.
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The Daily Star leads with a story about a professor who "hoodwinked" Twitter by posting a snap of a Spanish chorizo sausage claiming it was a planet.
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A man who told NHS24 he had bomb-making equipment makes the front page of the Press and Journal. Neighbours were evacuated before the caller was found unconscious on the sofa.
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A dispute between whether the Aberdeen FC or NHS Grampian should be awarded the freedom of the city is growing within Aberdeen City Council, reports the Evening Express.
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The Evening Telegraph says Dundee United fans are flocking to buy tickets for their Europa Conference League clash following their first-leg victory over AZ Alkmaar. A plea from the family of a missing woman also makes the front page.
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The Courier leads with a teenager being sentenced after stabbing an elderly woman with a kitchen knife. The youth stole £80 from his victim, having run away from a residential school.
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Rishi Sunak makes the front page of the National as well, as he pledges to reconstitute the UK government's Union Unit. It's reported that it is part of his "grand plan" to beat the SNP and reduce the likelihood of an independent Scotland.

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