Scotland's papers: 'Monster' jailed and Marmite wars

Popular products, including Ben and Jerry's ice cream, Marmite and Pot Noodle, have been pulled from Tesco shelves and its website amid a dispute over prices between the supermarket and supplier Unilever, reports The Herald.

SNP MPs could try and veto Brexit in Parliament, Nicola Sturgeon will tell her party's conference today, according to The National.

The Times Scotland says that John Swinney has hit back against allegations that the SNP is "not radical enough" and wants to devolve more power to Scots "to make the big decisions about their future".

Nicola Sturgeon will call on moderate Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats to form a coalition with the SNP to fight against a "hard Brexit" deal for the UK, writes The Scotsman.

The i paper says that Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to defeat the Tory plan for Brexit and quotes the first minister as saying Theresa May has "no mandate" to take Scotland out of the single market.

Scotland's public spending deficit is higher than Greece's and tackling it would mean doubling the basic rate of income tax or VAT, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, the Scottish Daily Express claims Nicola Sturgeon has discussed "secret plans" to call a snap Holyrood election to force another independence referendum.

Pamela Doherty has branded deli owner John Leathem a "monster" after he was sentenced to 27 years for the murder of her daughter, reports the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun has the same story on its front page and writes that Paige Doherty's mother said there was "one less evil man in the world" as John Leathem began his jail term for butchering her daughter.

Deli owner gets life for knifing teenager 146 times in "frenzied attack", is how the Daily Star of Scotland reports the story.

The Scottish government has been accused of "shortchanging" Aberdeen after it emerged the city will get just 2% of an £11.5m fund set up to close the attainment gap in schools, reports the Press and Journal.

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