Scotland's papers: Project Fear and Ruth's news

The Herald reports on a warning from a senior education officials who says schools are "exploiting" trainee teachers by deploying them to cover staff shortages.

Nicola Sturgeon has warned the Treasury that its "fear-based" tactics in the EU referendum campaign could backfire, according to The Scotsman.

The National carries the same story and says the first minister has accused David Cameron and George Osborne of "insulting the intelligence of voters", ahead of next month's EU referendum.

The Times says the next census is likely to ask people whether they are gay, straight or bisexual — and if they are male, female, transgender or perhaps have no gender at all.

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has proven exactly how pro-union she is after announcing she is engaged to her 34-year-old Irish partner, after popping the question during a romantic break in Paris, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

Model Mayka Kukucova broke down repeatedly in court as she denied intentionally killing wealthy jeweller Andrew Bush, reports The Scottish Daily Express.

The Scottish Sun says Hibs have finally apologised for Saturday's Scottish Cup Final chaos. The paper also quotes a players' chief, who has slammed cops and stewards for "putting stars in danger".

New Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers tells the Daily Record that it was Dermot Desmond's passion for the side that brought him to the club.

The Press and Journal reports that Aberdeen City Council's so-called "digital tsar" has unveiled a vision of the city of the future - complete with driverless buses and cars, roads with built-in pothole warnings and park benches with wi-fi.

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