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What the Scottish papers say

Socialist politician Tommy Sheridan has admitted he went into the Celebrity Big Brother house for only one reason - money - according to the Daily Record.

John Travolta's son Jett was found dead in a bathtub, says the Scottish Sun.

The Herald claims that almost half of Scotland's teachers are set to leave the profession in the next four years, leading to an unprecedented recruitment crisis.

The gruesome discovery of a human head in a shopping bag on a public path has taken a sinister turn after police revealed it could have belonged to a woman who died as recently as six months ago, reports The Scotsman.

The Scottish Daily Mail describes how children and pregnant women could be routinely vaccinated against chickenpox.

The Scottish Daily Express reveals the contents of a government report that shows Britain's white working class believes it has been "betrayed" and "abandoned" in favour of immigrants.

The head teacher of a Fife secondary school has been suspended from his post, The Courier has learned.

And the Press and Journal carries a story about a fresh war of words breaking out between Labour and the SNP over Chancellor Alistair Darling's plans to put the British economy back on track.

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