Scotland's papers: Surgical care shake-up and defeat by Italy

Every hospital in Scotland has been ordered to re-think the way they look after patients with broken bones and worn joints amid fears waiting times for common operations will soar in the next five years, according to an exclusive in The Herald.

The Scotsman says Prime Minister David Cameron is facing the prospect of a leadership coup as "the bitter Tory infighting over the EU referendum campaign spilled over into open civil war".

"Why the battle for independence can now be won" is the headline on the front page on The National. The paper has an exclusive story from SNP MP Tommy Sheppard.

The Daily Record leads with a story about a Scottish DJ who the paper says was arrested for allegedly making a threat to her ex-husband.

A story about a prank that went wrong and saw a teenager end up with a burger box super-glued to his forehead features on the front page of the Scottish Sun.

An investigation into the death of a Kirkcaldy man who collapsed in the street on Saturday is the lead in The Courier.

Criminals will be able to plead guilty by text message under a plan for a radical shake-up of Scotland's court system, claims the Scottish Daily Mail.

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