Scotland's papers: New Clinton FBI probe and new benefits system

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Several newspapers lead with the news that the FBI has reopened the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server when she was Secretary of State.

The Times in Scotland said the move sent a "shockwave" through the US election campaign, while the i newspaper said Mrs Clinton had been "rocked" by the news.

The Herald writes that moves to create a new Scottish benefits system that treats people "with dignity, fairness and respect" will see 2,000 welfare recipients recruited as advisers to help shape the system.

Parents are paying a premium of £80,000 above the average house price to live in the catchment area of the country's top state schools, according to the Scotsman.

The National leads with the headline "Shell Shocked", reporting on the launch of a government probe after a £20,000 haul of crabs mysteriously dies in Wick harbour.

The Scottish Daily Express writes that Tony Blair provoked widespread anger as he urged EU supporters to "mobilise and organise" to block Brexit.

MPS are warning that mobile phone coverage in Britain is so bad that foreign visitors often get a better signal, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Daily Record says Scotland's most wanted man was arrested - hours after police finally made his photograph public.

A van driver who caused a serious crash on a busy city roundabout had taken tranquillisers and anti-depressants, according to the Press and Journal.

The Courier says pop idol Justin Bieber sparked a fan frenzy in Tayside when he "rocked up" outside a 17th Century mansion house in just his pants.

And the Scottish Sun leads with an "amazing transformation" as they show a picture of Cheryl apparently showing a bump.

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