Scotland's papers: First look inside Dundee's V&A

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Image caption The Courier has an exclusive first look inside Dundee's landmark new V&A museum, ahead of its opening on Sunday.
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Image caption Rising obesity levels and older pregnant women are putting increased pressure on midwifery services in Scotland, according to the i newspaper. They are among the findings of a report published by the Royal College of Midwives.
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Mail reports that Police Scotland has refused to name 46 criminals who are unlawfully at large after breaching home curfews. It says the police claim they could not release the information as it would breach laws on "personal data".
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Image caption The Herald is one of a number of papers which leads with fears of the consequences of a no-deal Brexit. Highlighting the contents of an "alarming" report by the National Audit Office on the UK's agri-food industry, it warns that rural areas are facing a "no deal disaster".
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Image caption The SNP has been accused of leaving farmers "in the dark" over Brexit, according to the Scottish edition of The Daily Telegraph. It says Scotland is the only part of the UK not covered by the UK government's legislation preparing for the end of the Common Agricultural Policy.
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Image caption The Scotsman leads with a warning that a no-deal Brexit will make it harder to extradite foreign criminals who flee Scotland. Lord Advocate James Wolffe told the Scottish Parliament's justice committee that European countries could refuse to extradite their citizens if the UK drops out of existing legal arrangements.
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Image caption Up to 200 pieces of legislation may have to pass through Holyrood in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to the front page of The National. The warning came from Scottish Brexit Minister Mike Russell, who told MSPs that the Scottish Parliament faced a "heavy burden".
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Image caption The Press and Journal leads with an interview with MSP Gillian Martin, who lost her job as higher education minister over controversial blog posts. She suggested she was the victim of political "game-playing", and has since been named convener of Holyrood's environment, climate change and land reform committee.
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Image caption The Daily Record hails Lord Willie Haughey and Sir Tom Hunter "Hampden heroes" after they each donated £1.25m to help keep Scottish football at the national stadium in Glasgow.
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Image caption Pensions are the focus of the Scottish Daily Express front page, which reports that millions of workers will receive a "minimum wage pension" because their contributions are too low.
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Image caption The Times reports that free television licences for the over 75s could be scrapped. It says Lord Tony Hall, the BBC's director general, told MPs that he could not guarantee that the subsidy would continue in its current form.
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Image caption The Scottish Sun leads with a story about a man who was born without a penis. It reports that Andrew Wardle now has a functioning penis, after undergoing a 10 hour operation during which surgeons used skin from his arm to create the organ.
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Image caption Missing child Madeleine McCann feautres on the front page of The Daily Star, as the paper reports that police are to ask for more money to continue their investigation into her disappearance.

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