The National:

OOFT. Nicola Sturgeon wasn't taking prisoners at Holyrood

Opening the parliamentary debate on Boris Johnson’s Brexit agreement, the First Minister accused Ruth Davidson and her colleagues of being the Prime Minister's "mouthpiece".

Despite principled vows from some Tory MPs and MSPs to resign if the UK Government agreed to a differentiated deal on Northern Ireland, or the scrapping of Erasmus, or trade deals linked to fishing, not a single one of them has. 

Still though, we hear the gin and tonic in the House of Lords tearoom is outstanding.

MSPs voted by 92 to 30 against the deal, agreeing it would “cause severe damage to Scotland’s environmental, economic and social interests”.