What the Scottish papers say
The Scotsman describes how Alex Salmond has promised that an independent Scotland would have one of the lowest corporation tax rates in the world in a bid to attract multinational firms.
Mr Salmond has also said an independent Scotland would walk away from the UK without paying a share of national debt unless it was able to keep the pound as part of a sterling zone, according to the Herald.
The Scottish Sun reports that Dundee has more fat youngsters than other Scottish cities, according to research on the health of P1 pupils.
At least seven children drowned after their school was devastated by a tornado in Oklahoma City, says the Daily Record.
The Press and Journal reports that Highland councillors are under fire from a nature watchdog for refusing to object to two controversial wind farm schemes.