The papers: May's SNP attack and Love Rat Island

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While Conservative in-fighting over Brexit dominates The Telegraph's front page, the paper also reports on Prime Minister Theresa May's attack on the SNP ahead of its conference this weekend, calling the party "out of touch" over plans for independence.
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The Scottish Daily Mail leads with the same story after Nicola Sturgeon said the SNP conference marked the start of a new chapter in her bid for independence.
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The Herald also features the story on its front page but leads with fears from fruit farmers in Scotland that their crop may be "left to rot" due to a chronic shortage of workers.
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The National's headline is in stark contrast to those papers quoting Theresa May's words, and writes that a majority of Scots want Holyrood in control of key policy areas, including Trident and immigration.
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Brexiteers have accused Theresa May of deception, says The Times, after she kept Eurosceptic cabinet members in the dark over a key negotiating document. The paper also quotes from a new Reform Scotland report that an independent Scotland would have to "move quickly" to cut its deficit.
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Away from politics, the Press and Journal publishes details from leaked documents claiming that accidents on the Aberdeen bypass project may be more frequent that transport chiefs have admitted.
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Donald Trump's steel tariffs could prove devastating for Scotland's billion pound whisky industry if the national drink gets caught up in tit-for-tat sanctions, writes The Scottish Daily Express.
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A crisis in the funding available for social care in Edinburgh could result in vulnerable patients being pressured to care for themselves or the responsibility shifted to relatives, according to The Scotsman.
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Many UK students are not getting value for money, says the i newspaper, as it quotes figures suggesting undergraduates are happier the greater the number of lectures they have.
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The Daily Record claims Glasgow City Council has sparked fury among locals by accepting a £230,000 Rolls-Royce as a gift for their Lord provost.
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Love Island's Laura Anderson from Stirling has "dumped" Dane Bowers after he cheated on her with a lookalike, says The Scottish Sun, which adds Ms Anderson joined Gemma Warboys to ditch the DJ at the same time.
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Robbie Williams was among guests fleeing down a fire escape to escape as flames engulfed a £600-a-night hotel in London, according to the Daily Star.

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