Scotland's papers: Brexit vote anger and river body find

MPs could be given a vote on the final deal to leave the European Union, Whitehall sources have indicated, as the UK government was accused by the SNP of creating a "dog's Brexit" over the issue, says The Herald.

The Scotsman leads with the same story and writes that Brexit Secretary David Davis has hinted at the possibility of a vote in parliament on a Brexit treaty at the end of negotiations to leave the EU.

Meanwhile, according to The Times Scotland, cabinet ministers are being warned that the Treasury could lose up to £66bn a year in tax revenues under a "hard Brexit".

The National leads with claims about Royal Bank of Scotland, who the paper says "put the squeeze" on small businesses. The paper also reports on the news that Scotland's only Labour MP has not been approached by Jeremy Corbyn to serve in his new shadow cabinet.

The Scottish Daily Mail also leads with the Royal Bank of Scotland claims and says staff at the bank were "encouraged to squeeze more money from struggling firms" under a "secret initiative".

Scotland's "obesity timebomb" has been laid bare with figures showing more than one in 10 children started school with a weight problem in the last decade, says the Scottish Daily Express.

The Daily Record leads with the news that police searching for missing 15-year-old Kathleen Harkin in Perthshire have found a body.

A married carer had sex with a vulnerable boy of 16 while she was looking after him, reports The Scottish Sun.

The Daily Star of Scotland claims that an England football star's teenage son has allegedly been suspended from his private school after he confessed to making "killer clown threats" to other children.

An award-winning north-east policeman violently attacked a serial car thief as the teenager tried to run away from officers, reports the Press and Journal.

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