Scotland

Jo Cox vigils and holiday tragedy

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The aftermath of the killing of MP Jo Cox continues to dominate Scotland's front pages.

"My Pain is Too Much" is the headline for the Record which claims these were the final words of the MP as she lay dying.

The National's front page features a heart-shaped collage of photographs, showing politicians of different beliefs united in tribute to the slain parliamentarian.

In a similar vein, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon and Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale are pictured standing shoulder to shoulder on the front of the Herald, while its lead article reports that police have offered politicians renewed advice about their safety.

According to the Times, Ms Cox had faced a number of security threats.

The Scotsman and the Daily Mail both focus on some of the lines inquiry being pursued by police investigating her death.

The Press and Journal has an "exclusive" report of a holiday tragedy in which a mother from Fraserburgh drowned while away with her family at a resort on Spain's Costa Brava.

And the Fife edition of the Courier says police are urging businesses in Glenrothes to turn off their free wi-fi in a bid to stop youths congregating in the town centre.

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