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Scotland's papers: Holyrood Brexit clash

Most of the Scottish papers feature Theresa May's Briexit bill on their front pages.

The Herald reports that Holyrood could have the power to block Theresa May's main Brexit legislation, as the prime minister was forced to abandon large parts of the Tory manifesto to get her programme for government through Westminster.

The Scotsman says the UK is heading for a new constitutional crisis after Theresa May confirmed that MSPs are likely to get a vote on the Brexit Bill at the heart of the Queen's Speech.

The National writes that the prime minister has admitted her government will have to choose between Brexit or respecting the will of the Scottish Parliament.

The Scottish edition of The Telegraph says Mrs May is facing a constitutional crisis after Labour and the Liberal Democrats threatened to use the House of Lords to water down Brexit.

The i newspaper says the PM faces a massive uphill struggle to push through the EU blueprint despite ditching huge swathes of "discredited manifesto".

The Scottish Daily Express reports that the SNP faced a backlash last night after threatening to derail Britain's decision to leave the EU by refusing to approve key legislation.

In other news, the Daily Record says a scarred young mother has told a jury how her ex-lover burst into her home with two knives and slashed her face.

The Scottish Daily Mail reports on an interview in which Prince Harry says he does not think anyone in the Royal Family wants to be king or queen.

The Scottish Sun writes that a playboy model has been recruited by Strictly bosses to be one of the show's new professional dancers.

The Daily Star reports on an announcement that survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire are to be rehomed in luxury new apartments.

The Press and Journal reports that health chiefs have apologised for a catalogue of errors before and after the death of a baby boy with a brain condition.

The Courier reports on Tesco creating 250 jobs in Dundee.

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