Scotland's papers: independence march and shamed lottery winner

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An independence rally in Glasgow and a shamed lottery winner feature on the front pages of Scotland's Sunday papers.

The Sunday Herald features a large photo of the Glasgow rally, which saw thousands march through the city before gathering in George Square campaigning for Scottish independence.

The Sunday Post meanwhile leads with news that millionaire lottery winner John Gallagher faces jail after being convicted of "attacking a man in a pub".

The Scottish Mail on Sunday leads with a story about "male mums", women who had sex change operations on the NHS, but then received free fertility treatment to become pregnant as men.

The Sunday Mail features a story about Pippa Middleton's fiance James Matthews, with claims that he pulled a £38m investment out of a company that collapsed sparking a fraud investigation.

Scotland on Sunday's front page says terror attacks in Europe are "redrawing our boundaries" in search of safer holiday destinations.

The Sun on Sunday leads with claims from Simon Cowell that the ex-husband of his X Factor co-star Cheryl Fernandez-Versini made a throat-slitting gesture at him during a row.

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