Scotland's papers: 'Crippling' council cuts and government spending row
The Herald leads with councils warning that losing £700m from budgets will hit hard-working families.
The Scotsman leads with the same story, adding that Holyrood "is likely to struggle" to tackle austerity even with new tax powers.
The Scottish Sun focuses on a woman who took her own life after helping to convict her father over child abuse.
The Scottish Daily Mail leads with Conservative claims that the SNP has "wasted" nearly £1bn on government and project overspends.
Former SNP minister Alex Neil has warned that a second Scottish independence referendum should be put on hold until after Brexit negotiations are completed, according to The Times.
The Daily Record leads with a child sex offender being allowed home visits after serving three years in prison.
The Daily Express says middle-class Scots face a "triple tax whammy" following government cuts to councils.
The Courier leads with a lottery winner paying to have a house specially adapted for a child who suffers from a rare medical condition.
The Press and Journal says the Scottish government has been accused of "dragging its heels" over a report into the death of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.