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Scotland's papers: May on the Union and winter fuel benefit

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Theresa May moved to postpone a second independence referendum indefinitely after refusing to set out the specific criteria Nicola Sturgeon must meet to justify another vote, according to The Telegraph.

The Scottish Daily Mail says Theresa May launched her most passionate plea for the Union yet, vowing that defending Scotland's place in the UK is her "personal priority".

Commuters face longer train journeys to make timetables more reliable, according to The Scotsman.

The Herald leads with international financial watchdogs being issued warnings over nearly two dozen "all or nothing" financial gambling websites fronted by Scotland's most controversial "offshore" companies.

A "sadistic" stalker posed as a man to put her boyfriend's ex-fiancee through "a year of terror", reports the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun says Moors Murderer Ian Brady wanted his ashes dumped in the River Clyde.

The SNP was forced into a "humiliating climbdown" last night over a Holyrood invite to a radical Islamic cleric who promotes terror, according to The Daily Express.

The i says 4,000 claimants have died before former RBS boss Fred Goodwin can take the stand in a "blockbuster" £800m High Court lawsuit.

The National says the Kirk has called for a review of the UK visa process after a Syrian pastor was refused entry into the country to address the General Assembly.

The Daily Star reports on Pippa Middleton's wedding.

The Times says Theresa May has promised to make Britain the world's internet policeman and served notice that technology giants will be forced to give their customers more power over their own data.

A murderer deemed too dangerous to bring to court will have his case heard by video link from prison in what is believed to be a Scottish first, according to The Courier.

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