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Monday's front pages: Pensioner fall treatment and Old Firm showdown

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Pensioners who suffer falls at home face a postcode lottery in the way they are treated, according to the Herald's lead story on Monday morning.

The Scotsman says the rift within the Conservative party over the EU referendum is deepening.

The Daily Record front page features the story of Anne Duke, a 58-year-old mum-of-four who has been diagnosed with "early onset" Alzheimer's.

The Scottish Sun leads with news that Rangers and Celtic will meet in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup. The paper says experts are predicting a multi-million pound boost for the economy as a result.

Woman living with dangerous, violent men are being forced to choose between abuse and homelessness, according to a leading Scottish charity, reports the National.

The Courier reports on the positive outlook for Dundee Airport due to the popularity of a new flight to Amsterdam.

The Press and Journal in Aberdeen has a story about work on the city's bypass.

The Times in Scotland reports that British patrol boats, including a Royal Navy ship, are to be deployed to the Greek coast in an attempt to ease the migrant crisis engulfing Europe.

One in seven people in Scotland take statins to cut their risk of heart attack or stroke, according to The Scottish Daily Mail.

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