Scotland's papers: 'Blue plague' and Sturgeon's Brexit test

The Daily Record leads with claims that a "hidden epidemic" of fake Valium pills on Scotland's streets has killed hundreds of people.

The Herald and Scotsman both describe how Nicola Sturgeon will today set out five key Brexit tests that could determine whether Scotland faces a second independence referendum within the next two years.

A stag do reveller fell 40ft to his death from the balcony of a fifth floor apartment in Ibiza, according to the Scottish Sun.

The Scottish Daily Mail describes former BHS boss Sir Philip Green as "Sir Shifty" as a report brands him the "unacceptable face of capitalism".

The report by MPs on the Work and Pensions Committee also features on the front pages of the Times.

The National says the Brain family, who are fighting against being deported to Australia, have been dealt a "cruel blow" after a distillery boss withdrew a job offer.

The Press and Journal says Pokemon Go players are "dicing with danger" by playing the game close to cliffs in the north east.

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