Scotland's Sunday papers: Union bill anger and charity bag "rip-off"

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Scotland's trade union movement is being urged to fight "outside the law" in order to scupper the looming Tory crackdown on union rights, according to the Sunday Herald.

Scotland on Sunday leads with a claim by the Shadow chancellor that the SNP has launched an assault on local government that echoes the Conservatives' bid to slash council spending in the 1980s.

The Sunday Post tells how firms collecting thousands of bags for charity are being accused of "massive rip-off".

An MP's widow has sensationally claimed a will leaving £500,000 to three of his children is a forgery, writes the Sunday Mail.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads on a story about Celtic players on a night out in London.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday says Britain's biggest veterans' charity is being investigated amid claims it failed some of the heroes it cares for - leaving at least one soldier on the brink of suicide.

And the Sunday Times Scotland reports a source who says the Pope is considering a visit to Scotland in September.

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