Scotland's papers: Breast cancer discovery and custody death claims

Scientists have hailed a "hugely significant moment" in cancer research after uncovering how genetic mutations cause tumours in the breast, which could lead to better drugs and more personalised treatment, says The Scotsman.

David Cameron is to put curbing Islamist extremism at the heart of the Queen's Speech this month as he seeks to fend off claims that he is becoming a lame-duck prime minister, reports The Times.

The National leads with quotes from lawyer Aamer Anwar, who has accused Police Scotland of closing ranks over the investigation into the death in custody of Sheku Bayoh.

The Herald claims that twice as many British voters are more concerned about keeping Scotland within the UK than those fearing Brexit.

Scores of ministers and officials are cashing in on their time in office by picking up lucrative jobs in the private sector, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Scottish Daily Express says Edinburgh Zoo bosses have embarked on a fresh attempt to see if the UK's only female giant panda can produce a cub.

The Daily Record says it is the end of an era as Barbara Windsor discusses leaving Eastenders and her character Peggy Mitchell's legacy.

Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford is locked in a heartbreaking family feud over her £148m jackpot, claims The Scottish Sun.

The Daily Star of Scotland says a plague of "toxic caterpillars" that can trigger asthma attacks and fevers are invading Britain.

A north-east man who was defrauded out of £50,000 by his ex-partner now faces losing his home, reports The Press and Journal.

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