Scotland's front pages: Shipyard jobs and marathon tragedy
The Scotsman reports that the UK government is under growing pressure to protect Clyde shipbuilding jobs amid union warnings of industrial action over the prospect of up to 800 workers being axed.
The Daily Record says the Navy's flagship super carriers could be held hostage to save Clyde shipyard jobs.
The National has Nicola Sturgeon warning David Cameron not to break his promise over the shipyards.
The Herald leads with Kezia Dugdale accusing Nicola Sturgeon of failing to help women in the workplace.
According to the Scottish Sun, Susan Boyle has been involved in a stand-off with police officers.
The Scottish Daily Mail writes that Home Secretary Theresa May has issued one of the strongest warnings yet that a vote to leave the EU could prompt Scotland to split from the rest of the UK.
The Scottish edition of the Daily Telegraph has Ruth Davidson saying that scrapping the SNP's plan to assign every child a state guardian has become the most urgent Holyrood election priority for Scottish voters with nine days of campaigning left.
A Cabinet split on the doctors' strike in England is undermining Jeremy Hunt's efforts to tough out a dispute that enters uncharted territory today, Whitehall believes, the lead story in the the Scottish edition of The Times reports.
The Scottish Daily Express says millions of desperate arthritis sufferers are topping up their prescription drugs with over-the-counter pills to combat the agony.
The Press and Journal leads with the death of an Aberdeen University graduate in the London Marathon.
The Daily Star of Scotland carries further claims relating to the death of Prince.