How about this for a headline?

October 24, 2012 10:19 am

Seemingly the Scottish Sun aren’t very happy with Alex Salmond…

Ouch…better try a bit harder with Rupert Murdoch Alex…

Update: Here are all of the Scottish front pages. What a shocking set for Salmond and the SNP…

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