The papers: PM in 'grassroots EU revolt' and Edinburgh is 'too dear'

Image caption Prime Minister Theresa May is facing what The Sunday Telegraph is calling "an angry backlash" from grassroots Conservative Party members over her Brexit plans. It reports her own constituency chairman has said she must not concede any further ground to the EU.
Image caption The Edinburgh Festival Fringe starts later this week, and Scotland on Sunday features an interview with chief executive Shona McCarthy. She warns that the soaring cost of accommodation in the city could impact on the Fringe's future success.
Image caption The Sunday Herald has a story on anti-Semitism in the Labour party. It says Scottish leader Richard Leonard has stayed quiet when it comes to the row, which centres around the party declining to endorse an internationally-agreed definition of anti-Jewish prejudice.
Image caption The Observer's lead story concerns Facebook adverts by Leave campaigners ahead of the EU referendum. It reports that there were plans to "pump out" ads the day after Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered, despite an agreement by all sides to suspend national activities out of respect.
Image caption The Sunday Mail is reporting on possible links between an attack on a criminal lawyer in Glasgow and a notorious crime gang.
Image caption Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and the anti-Semitism row features on the front page of the Scottish Mail on Sunday. The paper also has an interview with the Duchess of Sussex's father, who claims she hasn't spoken to him since she married Prince Harry.
Image caption The controversial Qatar World Cup bid team broke Fifa's rules by running a secret "black operations" campaign to sabotage rivals competing to host the tournament, according to documents leaked to The Sunday Times.
Image caption An interview with the son of former EastEnders actress Daniella Westbrook features in the Daily Star. The 21-year-old says he has forgiven his mother for taking drugs while pregnant with him.
Image caption The independent says in the two years since the EU referendum, 1.4m voters have come of age. It reports that they outnumber the Leave side's 1.26m majority over Remain.
Image caption The Sunday Express reports that fake money could be harming the Scottish economy. The paper says £2.7m in counterfeit cash was removed from circulation last year alone.
Image caption The Sun on Sunday leads with Katie Price pictured driving while serving a ban for speeding. She has already reported herself to police, saying she thought the ban was over.
Image caption Scottish pension funds have invested in firms behind Donald Trump's controversial migrant camps, according to the Sunday Post. It says unions are calling for the fund managers to rethink.

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