BBCScotland's papers: Remembrance appeal and minister pays iPad billRead full articleBBC11 November 2023 at 12:21 pm·2-min readThe Times leads with the weekend's Remembrance commemorations and pro-Palestinian rallies. It says the Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, called for respect and peace from everyone taking part in the protests. And it features a new portrait photograph of the King, to mark his 75th birthday this Tuesday.The Daily Telegraph quotes a Met police officer saying they are ready to meet with force anyone attempting to disrupt the Armistice Day commemorations. The paper also features the story which broke on Friday, that the SNP Health Secretary, Michael Matheson, is to re-pay almost £11,000 worth of roaming charges he accrued while on holiday last Christmas.The Scottish Daily Mail goes with that story. It says Mr Matheson was "shamed" into paying back the money. It says the cabinet secretary was forced into a U-turn hours after the first minister gave him his backing.The Herald has an exclusive story about a Scottish study which has found food labels which extol the health benefits of their contents may be fooling people and causing them to gain weight. There is a photo of former Royal Navy signalman Albert Lomond. The 98-year-old is a D-Day veteran.The Scotsman runs the same picture but has an exclusive story about the reduction in congregations which it says could lead to the closure of 700 churches in Scotland.The Express quotes the prime minister talking about the values of Remembrance in Britain and it pictures him at a memorial.The i concentrates on the political battle behind this weekend's protests and commemorations. It says the Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, is facing the sack over her article for The Times and it says the prime minister is preparing a cabinet reshuffle.The Daily Record has a photo from the current Nationwide advertising campaign. That's illustrating a story about a couple who were locked out of their accounts at the bank and allegedly told to "go to a food bank" to feed their family.The Sun tells us Noel Gallagher's divorce is set to cost him £28m in cash and property.Edinburgh's Evening News is concerned with graffiti in the city and wants it cleaned up. It also has an interview with local boy Irvine Welsh.The Courier reports on the sudden death of Liz McColgan's husband John Nuttall. It quotes the runner paying tribute to her late husband and speaks of her family's "huge loss".The Telegraph has a local alleged sex assault story involving a teacher.And the Glasgow Times has some happy looking children apparently celebrating the go-ahead for a nursery in the city.The Star is celebrating the return of checkout staff at a supermarket chain in England. It describes the news as"1-0 to the humans".