Scotland's papers: Brexit warning and Easter egg storm
The Herald's front page carries a warning from a leading health and safety lawyer that a UK exit from the European Union would be a "travesty" for workers' rights accumulated over decades.
The Scottish Sun reports on a row over an SNP MP's tweet about Buckfast-flavoured Easter Eggs.
The front page of the Daily Record has a story about a woman who was held at gunpoint by her online date.
The National reports that Labour could hold on to constituency seats in North Lanarkshire because of "bitter infighting" and claims of corruption in the SNP.
And the front page headline of the Press and Journal Aberdeenshire edition is "Heroes saved my dad's life at match".