Brexit poll and Gers star's 'terror'

The Times claims that a "clear majority" of voters want Britain to quit the European Union after a poll for the paper gave Brexit a seven-point lead.

On the same story, The Herald says Brexit could leave the UK "critically short" of workers, as another poll put the campaign to quit the Brussels bloc ahead.

The National features a photograph of a vigil at George Square in Glasgow last night which saw hundreds of people gather to pay their respects to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shootings, which left 49 clubbers dead and 53 injured.

Couples trying to conceive will have greater access to fertility treatments as the number of NHS-funded IVF cycles is set to rise from two to three in Scotland, reports The Scotsman.

The Express claims that nearly 900,000 migrants a year are getting EU citizenship, giving them the right to live in Britain.

Just three slices of wholemeal bread a day can slash the risk of dying from heart disease by a quarter, according to the front of today's Scottish Daily Mail.

Rangers star Joey Barton has said he feared for his safety after coming face to face with a "Russian hate mob" in Marseille at the weekend during clashes with English fans.

The Scottish Sun says 33-year-old Barton was surrounded by a mob of "50 tooled-up Russian thugs" as he tried to flee the sickening Euro 2016 violence.

A man is to stand trial charged with the rape and murder of a mum in an Aberdeen flat, reports The Press and Journal. Bala Chinda is accused of killing Nkechi McGraa at a flat in Union Terrace in February this year.

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