Scotland's front pages: Obama's visit and council contracts probe

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President Obama's visit to the UK features on the front pages of several of today's Scottish papers.

The Scottish Daily Mail carries a picture of the president saying hello to Prince George at Kensington Palace.

The US president warns Brexit would leave the UK last in line for trade deals, according to The Scotsman.

The Times features the same story, as well as a rebuke for London Mayor Boris Johnson who had claimed the "part-Kenyan" president had an ancestral dislike of the British empire.

Elsewhere, The Herald leads with a former Labour council leader insisiting he is not corrupt as an investigation into how council contracts were awarded is launched.

The Scottish Daily Express says GPs have warned the family doctor system in Scotland "faces complete collapse" without £270m of new funding.

Pop star Prince died six days after overdosing on powerful painkillers, according to The Scottish Sun.

The same story dominates the front page of The Scottish Daily Star, which also reports tributes are continuing to flood in for the musician.

The Daily Record leads with the ongoing trial of two women accused of murdering two-year-old Liam Fee.

The Press and Journal says teenage swimmer Erraid Davies' Olympic dream "is in tatters".

The Courier's Dundee edition leads with two women facing court after a malnourished dog was found in a bin.

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