Scotland's papers: Hosie resignation and Cup Final fallout
The resignation of Stewart Hosie as deputy leader of the SNP and the Scottish Cup final pitch invasion dominate the front pages of today's Scottish papers.
The Scottish Daily Mail says Mr Hosie cited health reasons and the scrutiny of his private life as his reasons for standing down.
The Herald says Mr Hosie has "paid the price" for his affair with a Westminster journalist.
The now former deputy leader's time as SNP No2 has been "ended by scandal", according to the Scottish Daily Express.
The Times says the SNP leadership is "in chaos" after Mr Hosie quit.
The Daily Record leads with the fallout from the Scottish Cup final pitch invasion, saying 11 Rangers players were "battered and spat on" by Hibs fans.
The Scottish Sun says Rangers have accused Hibs and the BBC of "insulting" their club following Saturday's mayhem.
The majority of Scots plan to vote to remain in the EU, according to The Scotsman, which also carries a picture of the Hibs players on their victory parade through Edinburgh.
The Press and Journal leads with a rowdy Aberdeen stag party being thrown off an easyJet flight to Magaluf.