What the Scottish papers say

The Scottish government is set to bring in a range of tough new measures which could see those guilty of football-related hate crimes handed five-year jail terms, writes the Scottish Sun.

The Herald says police have warned that the eyes of the world will be on Scotland as more than 1,000 officers take to the streets on Sunday to prevent trouble between rival Old Firm fans.

Senior figures within the SNP now believe a full break-away from the rest of the United Kingdom is no longer the best short-term option for Scotland, writes the The Scotsman.

The Daily Mail says Scottish schools are facing strike chaos for the first time in a generation after the Scottish Secondary Teachers' Association voted unanimously against a new deal on pay and conditions.

An independent investigation has revealed "serious medication issues" at a Fife residential care home, according to The Courier.

And the Press and Journal says a top lawyer has pleaded with a judge to use European laws to protect an opponent of Donald Trump's £750m golf resort at Balmedie from an estimated £50,000 legal bill that could force her from her home.

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