Scotland's papers: College crisis and Ewan McGregor's Indy 'confusion'

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More than three-quarters of Scottish colleges are forecasting a deficit for the current financial year, according to The Herald.

The Times Scotland edition reports President Putin could be planning a full-scale military assault on the Syrian city of Aleppo as early as this week.

The Scottish Daily Mail says Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton are now neck-and-neck in the US presidential race amid revelations about the Democrat candidate's email server.

The Scottish Daily Express leads with a report which says Scottish independence poses a greater threat than Brexit to Scotland's financial services industry.

Star Ewan McGregor has been left "totally confused" over Scottish independence after the Brexit vote, reports The National.

Thousands of football fans are backing Labour's plan to get rid of the Offensive Behaviour law, according to the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun says a 19-year-old who admitted making threats begged to be sent to prison because he was too lazy to do community service.

"Horror show for Strictly fans" is the headline on the front page of the Daily Star, reporting on Ed Balls' performance on the BBC One show.

The Press and Journal reports a woman was injured by a missile at a Celtic match against Aberdeen on Saturday.

And The Courier says the manager of a Dundee restaurant destroyed by fire has hit back at online claims the blaze was intentional.

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