Scotland's papers: Consumer spending cut and Flying Scotsman
The Herald reports on a claim by retailers in Scotland that uncertainty over the EU referendum is hitting consumer spending.
The Scotsman has a similar story, with a warning from business leaders that the uncertainty is damaging Britain's economy.
The Scottish edition of The Times has a picture of the Flying Scotsman as it returned to Scotland at the weekend.
The Scottish Daily Mail says former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has admitted the SNP tried to broker a "backroom deal" with Labour over the Lockerbie bomber.
The Scottish Daily Express has a story about the over-75s "suffering poverty in silence".
The National says a clash is looming over an anti-sectarian law brought in almost four years ago.
The Scottish Sun reports on the canal car crash in Glasgow that left two friends dead.
The Press and Journal covers the story about the football fans evacuated after a bomb scare in Manchester.
And the Courier's front page headline is "Thugs torture cat in 'horrible' attack".