Scotland's papers: Indyref2 plans and teacher tragedy
Many of today's Scottish front pages focus on First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's programme for government, which she unveiled on Tuesday.
The Scotsman reports Ms Sturgeon has offered a £500m "Brexit lifeline" to businesses in Scotland.
The Herald says the first minister has moved closer to calling a new independence referendum by laying the foundations for a repeat vote.
Ms Sturgeon is positioning the Scottish government to call a "snap vote" when the country is ready, according to The Times Scotland.
The Scottish Daily Express urges the first minister to "rule out" a new vote on independence, saying it's the only way to fix the economy.
The National says "Scotland will be ready", as Ms Sturgeon announces the draft bill to hold a second independence referendum.
The Scotland edition of the i newspaper reports on the first minister's offer to small businesses struggling to get investment.
A "revolutionary" new blood test that can detect cancer years before full-blown symptoms has been unveiled by scientists, reports The Scottish Daily Mail.
The Scottish Sun has a story about the science teacher from Edinburgh who died hours after breaking her leg in a freak classroom fall.
The Daily Record says "heroin baron" Terry Scott was moved to Scotland's "softest prison" after just over a year of a six-year sentence for drug dealing.
Strictly Come Dancing bosses are in a spin after a video of contestant Daisy Lowe performing a striptease emerged, according to the Daily Star.
The Press and Journal says north-east fisherman fear a coastal protection zone could be used as a "weapon" against them.
And The Courier reports that a woman has appeared in court charged with the murder of Dundee mother Marie Low.