Scotland's papers: Student squeeze and police attack

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The Herald says university principals have that warned middle-class students will be squeezed out of universities under plans to boost the number of poorer undergraduates.

The Scotsman reports that Nicola Sturgeon has insisted Scotland will not be "window dressing in a talking shop" when it comes to Brexit negotiations.

The Times Scotland has a story about MPs moving out of Westminster for six years as part of a £4bn restoration plan.

Two police officers attacked by a man on a Glasgow street were filmed by a "jeering mob", reports the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Scottish Daily Express says Britain's property market will enjoy a "Brexit boost" after the UK's vote to leave the EU.

Nicola Sturgeon has warned Theresa May she lacks the mandate to take Scotland out of the single market, reports The National.

The Daily Record leads with the story of a dog owner jailed after ordering her Staffordshire bull terrier to attack another woman, leaving her seriously injured.

The Scottish Sun says former Scotland striker Kris Boyd's family is in shock after the footballer's brother took his own life.

"Shameless French family of 10 demands UK mansion" is the headline on the front page of the Daily Star of Scotland.

The Press and Journal says police have found new DNA evidence in the Brian McKandie murder hunt.

And The Courier has an exclusive interview with the brother of aid worker David Haines who was killed after being kidnapped in Syria two years ago.

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