Scotland's papers: Corbyn camp hits out and charity 'scandal'

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The Scotsman leads with Jeremy Corbyn's campaign chief attacking Labour's ruling body for "undermining the democracy" of the party after a court ruling that will stop new members voting in the leadership election.

The National covers the same story with the headline The Party's Over. It writes that open warfare in the Labour Party has "reached new heights".

The Herald says a "scandal" surrounding a major Scottish charity has deepened after it was revealed the UK government was warned last year that Citizen's Advice Scotland was in disarray, with millions of pounds in public funds being put at risk.

The Daily Telegraph writes that the chancellor is to promise that farmers, universities and small businesses will continue to receive billions of pounds in subsidies after Britain leaves the European Union.

The Scottish edition of the Times covers the same story, saying that the Treasury funding plan is expected to cost £4bn a year.

Holiday stealth taxes will add more than £60 a head to the price of the average summer break, according to the Scottish Daily Express.

On the same topic, the Scottish Daily Mail says families are being hammered with a £250 holiday tax - plus a "triple whammy" of stealth fees.

The Scottish Sun leads with an Olympics story, declaring that cycling superstar Sir Bradley Wiggins has been crowned Britain's greatest ever Olympian after storming to another gold.

The Daily Record says police are dealing with a bizarre case of a "poltergeist" at a family home.

The Press and Journal leads with tributes to a north-east man who was killed when his car struck a lorry.

A prominent Dundee councillor is considering legal action over allegations about the decision to close a local high school, according to the Courier.

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