Scotland's papers: Fire murder and mountain rescue

The Herald
The Scottish Sun
Daily Record
Scottish Daily Express
Scottish Daily Star
The National
The Courier
The Press and Journal
The Times
Scottish Daily Mail

Almost all the papers in Scotland lead with the death of a man in a house fire in Milngavie. Police have said they are treating Cameron Logan's death as murder.

The Herald features a picture of him and his girlfriend, who was seriously injured in the blaze. She is understood to be a radio journalist.

"Blaze Death Vendetta" is the headline in the Scottish Sun. The paper says the family had been previously targeted.

The Daily Record says Mr Logan's girlfriend is "fighting for her life".

The story also features on the front page of the Scottish Daily Express and the Scottish Daily Star.

A left-wing think tank has said the Labour party has almost no chance of securing a majority in the next general election unless it forms an alliance with the SNP and the Liberal Democrats, writes the National.

The Courier leads with an arrest over the death of a man in Kirkcaldy.

A couple rescued in the Cairngorms feature on the front page of The Press and Journal.

The Times has a front page story about increasing rail fares.

And the Scottish Daily Mail says foreign aid is being "given away" on cash and debit cards.

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