Scottish papers: Labour 'home rule' call and footballer tragedy

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The Herald reports that the deputy leader of Scottish Labour, Alex Rowley, has said his party's defeat in last week's election was "inevitable" because of its refusal to change its constitutional position.

The Times Scotland has a story about the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, who says that the SNP's power in Scotland is "waning".

The Daily Record and The Scottish Sun devote their front pages to the death of footballer Chris Mitchell.

The Scottish Daily Mail has a story about Scots disabled by "metal on metal" hip replacements.

The National's front page headline is "Warning over demonising migrants", reporting a plea from a development charity to stop using the term "migrant crisis".

The Scottish Daily Express has a report of claims that Scotland will vote to leave the EU in next month's referendum.

The Scottish Daily Star says thousands of "basking Brits" are set to call in sick so they can enjoy the heatwave.

And the north east edition of the Press and Journal has a story about a group of travellers that has set up a camp at a school.

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