Scotland's front pages: Arise Sir Rod and Brexit poll results

Almost all of the Scottish newspapers feature Rod Stewart being given a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

The Herald also says the UK appears to be heading out of the European Union after a poll showed the Leave campaign has opened up a 10-point lead with less than two weeks to go.

The Daily Record leads with billionaire Mike Ashley facing a £250,000 legal bill - after losing his court fight over a £1,000 football fine.

The National reports that secret reports leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden have revealed how UK mass surveillance of phone and internet activity was accessed by Scottish police forces.

The Scottish Sun says it has been claimed that Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea organised a hotel sex party with prostitutes.

According to the Scottish Daily Mail, David Cameron has used today's Queen's birthday honours to dish out gongs to Remain supporters.

The Scottish Daily Express has Rod Stewart's knighthood as its lead story.

The Scotsman also leads with the Queen's Birthday Honours.

The Press and Journal has a story about tourists stranded in the Algarve.

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