Scotland's papers: Brexit plan 'rejection' and Berlin attack
The Herald says Prime Minister Theresa May ruled out Nicola Sturgeon's Brexit proposals within hours of the plans being published.
The Scotsman leads on the same story, saying Ms May has poured "cold water" on the prospect of Scotland obtaining a separate Brexit deal from the rest of the UK.
Security is stepped up across the UK in the wake of the Berlin attack, with armed police seen patrolling the nativity scene at Canterbury Cathedral, reports the Daily Mail.
The girlfriend of a man thought to have lain dead in his van for days after police allegedly failed to respond to concerns about the vehicle says she has "no faith" in Police Scotland, according to the Daily Express.
"EU know it makes sense" is the headline on the front page of The National, which says the first minister is "determined" to keep Scotland in the European Single Market.
The Daily Record says it can finally show the pictures of two people accused of killing Kimberley MacKenzie, then cutting up her body with a saw and dumping parts in bins and at a house.
A suspected British terror cell may have been groomed by the ISIS commanders who plotted the Berlin Christmas truck massacre, according to The Scottish Sun.
The Daily Star says "defiant Brits" are still enjoying festive parties despite the Christmas terror attack in Berlin.
The Press and Journal has a story about a pensioner who the paper says has banned her own daughter from her funeral after she stole nearly £40,000 from her bank account.
And The Courier reports the search for a man seen in the River Tay has been stood down after a second day.