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Twins tragedy and savings bonus

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The tragic deaths of two-year-old twin boys in Fife dominate Scotland's front pages.

The Daily Record has a picture of Rhys and Shaun Scott as babies under the headline "Little Miracles" - describing how the IVF infants had fought for life after being born prematurely.

Their parents description of the boys as "Little Soldiers" provides the Sun's headline while the Courier has a picture of the twins sitting on their laps.

The Daily Mail says the Health and Safety Executive has been called in to examine safety measures surrounding the fish breeding tanks where the boys drowned at a rented house.

The Times also carries a picture of the drowned twins on its front page but its main lead is the rise of an anti-immigration party in the German regional elections.

The Herald leads with the Tories' scheme to offer low paid workers a £1,200 bonus if they save regularly.

The Scottish edition of the i newspaper focuses on Nicola Sturgeon's plan to woo "No" voters to the cause of Scottish independence.

Scotland's first rugby win against France for a decade allows The National to declare "That's More Like It".

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