Scotland's papers: Second referendum and council tax

The Herald reports that "big hitters" within the SNP have pressed First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for a delay in calling another referendum on independence.

According to the Scotsman, local authorities in Scotland want additional tax-raising powers to help them avoid cuts to services.

A far-right group is pushing its racist ideas by operating a "whites-only" food bank in Glasgow, says the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun reports on an unofficial investigation into a recent death in the west of Scotland.

The National features weekend rallies in support of Scottish independence.

A construction worker's car at the site of the new Aberdeen by-pass took a bit of a battering in a controlled explosion, according to the Press and Journal.

The Scottish Daily Mail leads on the first minister's determination to press for independence.

The i reports on the power struggle taking place within Labour.

The current generation of pensioners are enjoying a "golden age" of retirement incomes, says the Scottish Daily Express.

The Daily Star of Scotland leads on the bomb and stabbing attacks in the United States.

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