Scotland's papers: Hospital sickness and teacher struck off

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Almost one in four patients have complained that their condition deteriorated during a stay in a Scottish hospital, according to The Herald.

The Scotsman says former prime minister David Cameron is facing fresh accusations of cronyism over pay at Number 10.

The Times of Scotland reports that Jeremy Corbyn could be on course for an even bigger mandate in the battle for the Labour Party leadership.

Fears over a second independence referendum in Scotland has led to a "slump" in foreign investment in the country, says The Scottish Daily Mail.

The National reports comments by Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz that a Scottish pound could help kickstart Scotland's economy.

The Scottish Daily Express also has a story about Mr Stiglitz's interview on BBC Radio Scotland, saying the economist attacked the SNP's policy on the pound.

The Scottish Sun reports on the case of teacher Isabelle Graham, who was struck off after alleged sexual activity with a pupil.

"Shampden" is the headline on the front page of the Daily Record, which says Hibernian will face no action from the foot football authorities for the misbehaviour of their fans at the Scottish Cup Final in May.

The Daily Star says the McCann's fund to search for their daughter Madeleine is facing a "cash crisis".

The Press and Journal reports that boxer Lee McAllister has been accused of a serious assault outside a pub.

And The Courier has a story about Syrian refugees now living in Tayside.

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