Scotland's papers: Trump ban chaos and UK Muslim 'reprieve'

The Herald reports that British citizens with dual nationality may be exempt from the ban on Muslims from certain countries entering the US - although they could still face "stringent" checks at airports.

Prime Minister Theresa May is facing growing pressure to drop plans for a state visit by President Trump in the wake of the imposition of the Muslim ban, according to The Scotsman.

The story also dominates the front page of The National, which carries the three-word headline "Let them in".

Sir Mo Farah's troubles with US restrictions on Muslim travellers to the US are reported in the Daily Record, which says the rules are "ignorant and prejudiced".

The Daily Star is also reporting on the ban's consequences for one of Britain's top athletes.

The Queen has been caught up in the row about President Trump's planned visit to the UK, according to the Scottish Daily Express.

The Times believes the clarification given to the British government about the rights of dual-nationality citizens in the US can be described as a "climbdown".

The Scottish Sun goes big on a portly middle-aged lottery winner who, it says, has been dumped by his 29-year-old fiancee.

The Scottish Daily Mail leads with the pressures on family doctors who, it says, are seeing 100 patients a day.

The front page of The Courier features its campaign on "Frank's law" over the care costs faced by people with serious diseases.

The Press and Journal reports a horrific crash involving a farmer and his tractor in the north east.

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