Scotland's papers: Gangland killing and 'fat staff'
The death of Euan Johnston in a late-night shooting in Glasgow dominates the front pages of the Scottish tabloids.
The Scottish Sun says the 26-year-old was "ambushed and executed" in a gangland hit.
Mr Johnston was at the wheel of his car when an "assassin" opened fire, according to the Daily Record.
The Scottish Daily Mail reports that experts have urged employers to tell staff they are fat to prevent a "workforce health crisis".
Detectives investigating the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson in 2004 have taken 73 new witness statements in the last few months, according to the Highland edition of The Press and Journal.
The Herald leads with a thinktank report which claims that the Brexit vote has exposed "fundamental" problems in the way Britain's economy works.
Nicola Sturgeon says she will not be thrown off course in her determination to hand sweeping new powers to Scotland's schools, according to The Times.
Under the headline "The Dark Lord", The National reports that Theresa May has refused to rule out a seat in the House of Lords for Nigel Farage.
Scotland's children are among the least active in the world, according to The Scotsman front page.
The Scottish Daily Express leads with a poll which claims that 70% of people want Britain to make a "clean break" with Brussels.
And the I newspaper reports that a breakthrough in DNA editing could be used to fix "broken genes" in the brain.