Spain opens the door and Take a Bow Bhoys

Minister hails Spain's pledge not to block a Scots EU bid, is the headline in The Scotsman.

It says the Scottish government's Brexit minister Mike Russell has welcomed the comments of Spanish foreign minister Alfonso Dastis.

He said Spain would not block an independent Scotland's efforts to rejoin the EU.

"Spain opens EU door to independent Scotland", is the i newspaper's headline.

The Herald leads with the same story.

It says Nicola Sturgeon has received a boost to her campaign for a second independence referendum after Madrid made its position clear.

The National's front page states: "As Spain confirms it would not veto indy Scotland joining the EU, we launch a major six-part series profiling small, successful European countries and ask: Wha's like us?"

Take a Bow Bhoys is the one of the headlines on the front of the Scottish Sun.

Celtic's sixth consecutive league title is also featured on the front pages of other Scottish papers and all the back pages, of course.

The Daily Record says a ticket tout is using his family to "cheat and rip off music fans".

Woman's £24,500 car-parking bombshell is the Scottish Daily Mail's lead.

It says a woman who ignored a private firm's parking fines will have to hand over £24,500 in a landmark case with huge implications for drivers.

The Daily Express leads with a "Daily walk to save your life".

It says more than 20 million "couch potato" Britons have been told to take a walk to prevent heart disease.

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