The Papers: ‘Faster path to freedom’ and stamp duty ‘to be extended’on February 24, 2021 at 5:27 am

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Wednesday’s front pages continue to focus on how the UK will emerge from lockdown.

The paper reports that a new Netflix thriller “Behind Her Eyes” has attracted complaints from prominent Scots, such as the Glaswegian singer who fronts Fairground Attraction, Eddi Reader – who says the show stereotypes the nation as “stingy”, bad-tempered and mean.

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