Scotland's papers: Brexit fallout and funfair 'horror'

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The Brexit fallout dominates the Scottish front pages on Monday morning.

The Scotsman reports that the turmoil in the British political establishment has left Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn fighting for survival.

The Herald leads with a prediction from former SNP leader Alex Salmond that the vote to leave the EU will lead to Scottish independence.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon features on the front of The National, quoted as saying that the UK Scotland voted to remain within in 2014 "doesn't exist any more".

The Scottish Daily Mail reports that the first minister has issued a warning that MSPs could seek to with-hold consent for Brexit.

The Courier says that the referendum end game has thrown the UK into turmoil.

Dramatic images of Sunday's them park rollercoaster crash also feature on the front pages.

The Daily Record tells how eight children and two adults were injured when the ride derailed.

The Scottish Sun describes the "terror" on the Tsunami ride, while the Daily Star of Scotland describes it as "Hell on the fun ride".

Children were left trapped upside down in the wreckage of the rollercoaster, writes the Times.

In the north, The Press and Journal warns of pollution fears around work to create an Aberdeen bypass.

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