Scotland's papers: Corbyn ballot and T in the Park body

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An attempt to oust Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour leadership was dealt a major blow last night in the latest twist to an increasingly bitter battle for the soul of the party, reports The Scotsman.

The National says Labour could "implode" after Mr Corbyn managed to narrowly survive a vote that could have lost him the leadership of the party.

Jeremy Corbyn has secured a victory over rebels in his party by ensuring that his name is automatically on the ballot paper for a leadership contest to be held this summer, is how The Times reports the story.

Meanwhile, Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has admitted that the Brexit vote has tested the "binds of the union", according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Scottish Daily Express claims that prime minister-in-waiting Theresa May will make a strict new limit on immigration her top demand in her push for an EU exit deal.

A double shooting at the home of 2002 lottery winner Mickey Carroll's uncle leaves a man and woman dead in a "murder-suicide", is the lead story in the Daily Record.

A young father who went missing after he left the T in the Park festival in Perthshire has been found dead on a farm a few miles from the site, says The Scottish Sun.

The Courier reports that Jim Richardson, who was 29, had not been heard from since he got off a bus leaving the Strathallan Castle site on Monday.

The Daily Star of Scotland also carries the story and says police are probing Mr Richardson's death, which is being treated as unexplained.

Plans that could see a community buyout of the Rio Tinto estate in Lochaber are being backed by locals, according to the Press and Journal.

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