Scotland's papers: Indyref vote and Iraq war 'reckoning'
The Scotsman reports on comments from Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson that a second independence referendum in Scotland should not be blocked by Westminster.
The Herald says Alex Salmond has "raised the prospect" that former prime minister Tony Blair could be put on trial for war crimes in Scotland.
A story that UKIP has been accused of plotting to install Andrea Leadsom as prime minister is on the front page of The Times Scotland edition.
The Scottish Daily Mail reports on soldiers who are "angered" the Chilcot report into the Iraq war could be used to prosecute British troops.
The Daily Record devotes its front page to the story of a prison officer who has been left scarred for life after being slashed across the face at Shotts jail in Lanarkshire.
The Scottish Sun marks the upcoming anniversary of the M9 crash which left Lamara Bell and John Yuill dead with an interview with Ms Bell's mother.
The National asks what planet Michael Gove is on after he said there was no "appetite" for a second independence referendum in Scotland.
"Make home fit for Scottish Samurai" is the headline on the front page of The Press and Journal's Aberdeen edition.
And the Courier's Dundee edition has a story about an 11-year-old girl's rabies scare after she was bitten by a bat.