Scotland's papers: Toddler murder trial and new Celtic boss

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The Liam Fee murder trial features on the front page of the Daily Record. The paper says his mum admitted she spent three hours looking after a horse on the day her son died.

The Sun's headline is "I failed Liam" and it reports that the mother accused of murdering her toddler son has admitted she "completely failed" him. Rachel Fee denies all the charges against her.

The Herald says a Chinese company that signed a £10bn agreement with Nicola Sturgeon wants to impose a string of PFI-style deals on Scotland.

Muirfield Golf Club has called an emergency meeting to discuss the backlash over its controversial decision not to allow women to become members, The Scotsman says.

The National claims an exclusive with "the full untold story" of Mary Trump, the Scots mother of Donald Trump.

The Press and Journal leads with a story about a gang of ATM raiders who "plundered" tens of thousands of pounds from cash machines across the north-east.

Police swooped on a quiet Fife street after a house and car were "peppered with gunfire", reports The Courier.

The Daily Star leads with news that Celtic have signed Brendan Rodgers as their new manager.

John Swinney must find hundreds of millions of pounds to bring Scotland's crumbling schools up to scratch as he takes up the education brief, The Times says.

The Scottish Daily Mail reports on leaked emails which it says reveal that Prince Andrew acted as a fixer for a foreign consortium in Kazakhstan.

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