Scotland's papers: Dugdale clash and 'scared' NHS staff
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale is on a "collision course" with Britain's largest union Unite, according to The Scotsman.
The Herald reports that the chief executive of NHS Scotland has said too many staff feel they cannot raise concerns about the service amid fears they will be victimised.
The Times Scotland says Prime Minister Theresa May has hit back at David Cameron after claims he branded her "lily-livered" over immigration controls.
Drivers caught speeding by Police Scotland will now be offered driver awareness courses as an alternative to fines and penalty points, reports the Scottish Daily Mail.
The Daily Express says Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has insisted negotiations with Brussels over Brexit must not be allowed to "drag on".
The National has an exclusive story about how friendship blossomed between Hugh MacDiarmid and Mary Poppins writer PL Travers.
The Daily Record says a "revenge porn hacker" has leaked explicit pictures of at least 19 Scottish women on a message board.
The Scottish Sun says ex-footballer Colin Hendry has rekindled his romance with the ex-partner he was convicted of stalking.
The Press and Journal reports the Queen's former surgeon and seven of his colleagues have been cleared of wrongdoing after a probe at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
And The Courier says "ambitious plans" are being drawn up to extend Dundee Airport's runway in a bid to attract more international flights.