The papers: Police in warning over Hampden closure costs

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The Herald leads with a warning from police that they will face "human and financial costs" if the home of Scottish football moves from Glasgow to Edinburgh.
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Controversial plans to merge British Transport Police and Police Scotland are being re-examined and could be dropped, according to The Scotsman.
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The Daily Record says Scottish football boss Neil Doncaster has revealed his family have been "torn apart" by the huge pressure of his job.
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The National reports that organisers of an independence rally in Dundee have warned marchers not to engage with "pro-UK troublemakers".
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Universities have been told to cut the number of unconditional offers after too many sixth-formers quit school before their A-levels, according to the 'i'.
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The lead story in the Daily Telegraph covers an Israeli athlete who survived the Munich Olympics massacre accusing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of being an anti-Semite.
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A Fife couple lost their entire pension, worth £300,000, in a banking scam, according to the Courier.
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The Scottish Daily Mail says ministers are set to slap a "latte levy" on throwaway coffee cups after "overwhelming" public backing for radical action on waste.
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According to the Scottish Daily Express, an official study has found that nearly two-thirds of Scottish teenagers believe immigration levels should be cut or remain the same.
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The Press and Journal writes that a Tesco worker has been praised for thwarting a vouchers scam and preventing an elderly couple from losing hundreds of pounds.

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