Scotland's papers: Secret police meetings and 'short' run

According to the Scotsman, the Scottish Police Authority is to face a review of the way it is run, including the holding of many of its meetings in private.

The National claims an exclusive for its story that the Great Scottish Run was too short to count as a half marathon.

An alleged gangland enforcer has been killed, reports the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun has the story of a "sex-mad" widower.

According to the Herald, senior health officials took advice from a former MSP before facing questions from a Holyrood committee.

The Press and Journal features an Aberdeen murder trial.

The same gang could be behind a series of thefts from businesses in Dundee, reports the Courier.

The Scottish Daily Mail claims that students are being given warnings about tales of violence in the bible.

According to the Scottish Daily Express, 700 older people have died in hospital because of bed blocking.

The front page of the Daily Star has a story about Celebrity Big Brother.

Senior civil servants are in revolt over the UK government's approach to Brexit, according to the Times.

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