Scotland's papers: Deadly metro attack and remains probe

The Herald reports on a Brexit committee at Holyrood which says tThe Scottish Parliament risks being undermined by a Downing Street "power grab" as Europe relinquishes control over key laws returning to the UK.

The views of frontline NHS workers will not be made public for at least two years after the Scottish government confirmed the existing staff survey format has been scrapped, says The Scotsman.

Theresa May has laughed off talk of war with Spain over Gibraltar, and insisted the Brexit negotiations will be "jaw-jaw", reports The National.

Like many of the papers, The Times leads with the bomb that killed at least 11 people and injured 50 after exploding in a crowded metro train in St Petersburg. The paper says Russian authorities are hunting two suspects over the blast.

Labour faces losing as many as 125 seats in next month's UK-wide council elections in a fresh blow to Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, claims a pollster quoted in the i newspaper.

Princess Diana's former butler Paul Burrell wept with joy as he married his "soul-mate" in lavish same-sex ceremony just weeks after publicly revealing he is gay, writes the Scottish Daily Mail.

The traditional fixture between Celtic and Rangers will no longer happen on 31 December after pub, club and restaurant bosses experienced a drop in business, according to the Daily Record.

The family of a mother feared killed after she vanished 15 years ago have said they hope a body found on an East Lothian estate is that of Louise Tiffney, says The Scottish Sun.

The Courier leads with the story of a Dundee woman who was hit with the UK's biggest-ever parking fine after a court ruled she must pay £24,500 for ignoring more than 200 penalties from a private parking company.

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