Scotland's papers: Terror attack in London

Many of the Scottish papers later editions feature the London terror attack.

The Scottish Daily Mail says "Terror strikes London Bridge". The front page has a picture which the paper says show the bodies of two men, believed to be terrorists, in the road in Borough Market.

"Terror on London Bridge" is the headline on the front page of the Scottish Sun on Sunday. The paper says a gang of terrorists drove a van into pedestrians at 50mph on London Bridge last night before attacking revellers with knives.

The Sunday Mail says seven people were feared dead after a double terror attack in London.

The Sunday Herald's later edition says "Terror on London Bridge". Knife attack after van mounts pavement.

London was in the grip of coordinated terrorist attacks last night, says the Sunday Telegraph.

The Sunday Post's headline is "Barbaric". The paper says seven were feared dead in the London terror attack.

The Scotland on Sunday's earlier edition says "strong and stable" leader Theresa May goes "off message".

The Tories turned their fire on Labour over the economy last night, accusing Jeremy Corbyn of plotting a "triple tax whammy" that will land homeowners with a bill in excess of #5,000 a year, reports the Sunday Times Scotland.

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