Scotland's papers: EU referendum and Melissa Reid returns

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The Herald has a story on the BBC's EU referendum Great Debate programme, saying that Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson "skewered" Leave campaigner Boris Johnson.

The Times Scotland edition says that FTSE chiefs have joined forces in a "huge vote for Remain".

"Don't let Brexit destroy the union" is the headline on the front page of the Scottish Daily Mail, reporting that PM David Cameron will make a direct plea to Scots to vote Remain.

The Scottish Sun reports on the release of drugs mule Melissa Reid from prison in Peru.

The Daily Record says the leaders of all five political parties in Scotland have released a joint statement on why the UK should remain in the EU.

The National also reports on the BBC's Great Debate programme, saying the former Mayor of London Boris Johnson was "mauled" by the current mayor Sadiq Khan.

The Scottish Daily Express has a story on the Queen apparently asking dinner guests for three good reasons "why Britain should be part of Europe"?

The Daily Star of Scotland reports on a "Becksit split" as David and Victoria Beckham disagree on whether the UK should stay in the EU.

The Courier's Dundee edition says a £100m incinerator is being planned for Baldovie.

And the Press and Journal's north-east edition reports that oil job cuts victims are "reluctant" to sign on for handouts.

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