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Scotland's papers: Fire safety 'loophole'

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The fallout from the Grenfell Tower fire disaster continues to feature on many of the front pages.

The Sunday Post claims to expose "the scandal of Scotland's class divide in fire safety laws".

The Sunday Mail says a multi-million-pound tower cladding project was almost scrapped amid fire safety fears - before the Scottish government "changed the rules and deemed it safe".

Scotland on Sunday leads with Prime Minister Theresa May "clinging to power" after being criticised for failing to meet the bereaved and homeless after the London fire.

Theresa May has 10 days to save her premiership after she was put on notice to "shape up" and show she is fit to lead, according to The Sunday Times.

The Mail on Sunday says Theresa May is "fighting for her political life on two fronts" as she apologised for her response to the Grenfell Tower fire while facing an MPs' rebellion over Brexit.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads with its exclusive revelation that television star Ant McPartlin has checked into rehab "after confessing to problems with substance abuse, prescription drugs and booze".

The Sunday Herald features an interview with SNP MP Tommy Sheppard who has urged the party to "park indyref2 until Brexit talks end".

The Sunday Telegraph says Theresa May will face a "stalking horse" challenge to topple her as prime minister if she "waters down" Brexit.

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