Scotland's papers: 'Secret' vice deal and Fatboy split

Under the headline "The failed coup: Carry on Corbyn", Scotland on Sunday writes that Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has "changed her tune" to say that the re-elected leader can unite the Labour Party.

By contrast, The Sunday Herald says that Ms Dugdale has "plunged her party into a fresh crisis" after claiming that Jeremy Corbyn cannot unite Labour or win a general election, just minutes after he was re-elected as UK leader.

The Sunday Times says that former prime minister David Cameron has branded Theresa May "lily-livered" after she told him to drop plans for tough immigration controls that "could have helped him win the EU referendum".

The Scottish Daily Mail on Sunday leads with claims made in a new book by David Cameron's former head of communications, Craig Oliver. The paper says the book lifts the lid on "murder and betrayal" over Brexit and details the full extent of Mr Cameron's "frustration" at Theresa May's "refusal to back him" over the EU referendum.

Strictly presenter Zoe Ball has "dumped" her DJ husband Norman Cook after 18 years. The Scottish Sun on Sunday says the It Takes Two host has left the home she shared with 53-year-old Fatboy Slim.

A secret deal allowing sauna owners in Edinburgh to sell sex legally, forced Police Scotland to ditch a high-profile purge of the vice trade, according to the Sunday Mail.

The Sunday Post claims that guards at a high-security jail have "smashed an escape plan" hatched by a former Black Watch war hero - jailed for one of Scotland's most infamous murders.

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