Scottish papers: Liam Fee murder trial and land ownership

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The Daily Record leads with the Liam Fee murder trial hearing that a young boy told police on the night the toddler died that he had strangled him.

The same story features on the front page of The Scotsman, with the court hearing that the young witness told officers he had been "bad" that night.

The Scottish Sun also features the trial of two women accused of murdering two-year-old Liam, along with its ongoing story about a ban on naming a celebrity couple in a court case.

A couple lost more than £30,000 after a solicitors' firm they hired to sell their holiday home was duped by an online fraudster, according to The Herald. It also carries the story of the SNP vowing to bring in changes to land ownership laws.

The Scottish Daily Mail leads with claims that salesmen at high street banks are carrying out secret psychological tests on customers.

Tony Blair used a secret trust to manage his multi-million pound wealth, according to The Times.

The Scottish Daily Express has a front page editorial on why it says Britain should leave the EU.

The Scottish Daily Star leads with a row between pop star Madonna and her son Rocco.

An oil firm faces legal action over £250,000 of "unpaid" bonuses, according to the Press and Journal.

The Courier leads with a social work boss being struck off over "serious failings".

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