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Last Updated: Sunday, 9 November, 2003, 09:41 GMT
What the Scottish Sunday papers say
The Prince of Wales flies back into a gathering storm in Britain - anxious to discover if allegations surrounding him will be published in full, writes The Sunday Post.

The story is carried strongly in a number of other papers, including The Sunday Herald and The News of the World.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday reports that the former royal servant who triggered the rumours engulfing the Prince of Wales has said he stands by his story.

Two Scottish police cadets have resigned in shame after racially abusing an Asian officer, according to The Sunday Mail.

The News of the World reports that a Scots war memorial is being guarded around the clock after it was attacked by mindless yobs for the sixth time this year.

The Sunday Mirror says Harry Potter author JK Rowling is to be offered a peerage by Tony Blair.

Health chiefs knew a deadly strain of flu was killing children but waited six days before making the information public, The Scotland on Sunday claims.




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