Scotland's papers: Trump's Prestwick talks and EU campaigns
The launch of the rival campaigns for the forthcoming EU referendum feature on the front pages of several of Scotland's Sunday papers.
The Sunday Herald leads with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon saying she will take the fight for continued EU membership to English voters.
A warning from Prime Minister David Cameron "not to put the UK at risk" in the June poll is the lead story for Scotland on Sunday. The paper also features claims that Scottish government-owned Prestwick Airport has been in talks with Donald Trump as politicians press for him to be banned from the UK.
The Scottish Mail on Sunday says Boris Johnson had secret talks with Cabinet rebel Michael Gove on whether to defy David Cameron over the EU vote.
The Sunday Post features a picture of David Cameron announcing the date of the EU vote, but leads with a fraud probe being launched after top footballers were allegedly left out of pocket in deals over luxury cars.
The parents of Scottish woman Aqsa Mahmood tell the Sunday Mail how their daughter was "brainwashed and stolen from them" by Islamic State.
The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads with the husband of Formula 1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone being charged with helping a drugs baron to evade capture.
The Sunday Times Scotland says David Cameron has warned that those who wanted to leave the EU were misleading the public by claiming that they could seal Britain's borders.