Scotland's papers: Salmond 'faces third misconduct claim'

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image captionThe Daily Record reports police investigating sexual misconduct claims against Alex Salmond have interviewed staff at Edinburgh Airport.
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image captionThe Scottish Daily Mail also leads on the Edinburgh Airport link to the Alex Salmond probe and claims the allegations date back to 2008.
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image captionPrime Minister Theresa May is facing a political crisis over Brexit with the Cabinet on the brink of revolt, according to The Herald.
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image captionThe Alex Salmond probe dominates The Scotsman's front page, which also features a picture of a 19th Century glass snuff bottle from China which is set to go under the hammer.
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image captionThe Courier's Dundee edition reports the UK government will not provide any extra money to the Tay Cities Deal to help save the closure-threatened Michelin plant in Dundee.
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image captionThe Press and Journal's north-east edition leads with the story of a contactor who died in a farm accident five years after his brother was killed on the same farm.
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image captionThe National claims the BBC benefits from a "£100m subsidy" from Scotland and also reports on the latest developments in the bid to save the Michelin plant in Dundee.
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image captionX Factor boss Simon Cowell claims he spent years living "like a vampire" by staying up through the night, in an exclusive interview with The Sun.
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image captionThe Telegraph reports Cabinet Eurosceptics will warn the prime minister that the EU's Brexit demands will lock the UK into a customs union.

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