What the Scottish papers say
Two sisters dating the men who are alleged to have killed and tried to behead soldier Lee Rigby have been arrested in police raids, according to the Scottish Sun.
Police were called out to three separate incidents as security fears soared in the aftermath of the murder in London, reports the Scotsman.
The Daily Record describes how Drummer Rigby's mother clutched a teddy bear he bought for his little son.
The Scottish Defence League is mobilising in Tayside "due to high demand" following the murder of the soldier, The Courier reveals.
Elsewhere, an expert warns in the Herald that older patients in Scottish hospitals are not receiving the best care available to them at all times and the average support is no longer good enough.
A terminally-ill north east father tells the Press and Journal he has been left on death row after being denied a drug that could keep him alive because he lives in Scotland.