Scotland's papers: Olympic party and RBS bank charges

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The Scotsman says calls have been made for a public homecoming for Scotland's Olympians who have enjoyed their most successful overseas games in history.

The Herald has a story about Celtic Football Club's biggest shareholder Dermot Desmond, saying he is "under pressure" over money laundering concerns.

The Scotland edition of The Times reports on an "outpouring" of extreme hate videos on YouTube following Anjem Choudary's conviction.

The Scottish Daily Mail says RBS has signalled the end of free banking after warning that it is about to start charging some corporate customers for holding cash.

The Daily Express reports that the drive for a swift Brexit deal has stepped up a gear.

Proof is emerging that Scots invented practical astronomy thousands of years before the Babylonians and Greeks codified the science, says the National

A story about how six teenagers found a baby's corpse in a plastic bag after breaking into a hospital is on the front page of The Scottish Sun.

The Daily Record has a report about a champion bodybuilder who died after being hit by a train on the eve of his wedding.

"Bolt's babe can't keep a secret" is the headline on the front page of The Daily Star, in a story about Usain Bolt's girlfriend Kasi Bennett.

The Press and Journal says staff shortages at north-east police call centres have raised fears of a repeat of the M9 crash tragedy.

And the Courier reports on the growing "menace" of urban gulls as their numbers triple, according to one expert interviewed by the paper.

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