Scotland's papers: Toddler dies from E. coli and drunk Scot on US flight

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The Scottish Daily Mail says the child who died in the recent E.coli outbreak lined to blue cheese was a three-year-old girl and the Crown Office has begun an investigation.

On the front page of the Scottish Daily Express there is a story about a baby girl left with serious facial injuries after being mauled by a dog as she sat in her pushchair.

A drunk Scot being seized by US officials on a Florida-bound flight is on the front page of the Daily Record.

The Scotsman leads with Nicola Sturgeon's government accusing the BBC of sexist programming in a hard-hitting document.

The Herald claims a new care system designed to treat Scotland's growing elderly population has too few staff to properly perform its duties.

The Sun leads with a school 'janny' who is due to wed a former pupil confessing that he dumped his wife for his unlikely sweetheart.

The Press and Journal has the headline 'Years Of Grid-Lock Over A96 Hold-Up'

The front page of The Courier features a story about an autistic boy who was left on a bus for hours.

Boris Johnson is on the front of The National in a story about promises he made during the EU referendum campaign.

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