Scotland's papers: T in the Park deaths and Murray at Wimbledon

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The Scotsman reports on the Dallas gunman who killed five police officers and injured seven others.

The Herald says plans to appoint a Named Person for every child in Scotland face a delay because a critical legal ruling has not yet been received.

Andrea Leadsom's comments that being a mother makes her a better choice for prime minister make the front page of The Times Scotland edition.

The Scottish Daily Mail reports that the T in the Park festival is "at risk" after the death of two teenagers at the event.

The National's front page headline is "One win from glory", with a picture of Andy Murray after winning his Wimbledon semi-final.

The Scottish Sun also has a story on the Dallas shootings, reporting that the sniper said he wanted to kill "white people, especially white officers".

The Daily Record reports on the two teenagers who died at T in the Park on Friday.

The Press and Journal has a story about an oil worker's wife who has been accused of breaking the peace by sending his lover an explicit video.

And the Courier says the T in the Park executive producer has been left "absolutely broken" by the deaths of two teenagers in the festival campsite.

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