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Scotland's papers: May 'on the cliff edge' over Brexit

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Image caption The Herald reports Prime Minister Theresa May's power "hangs by a thread", despite securing the Cabinet's backing for the Brexit deal. The paper also highlighted the concerns of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon who claimed Scotland could be "blackmailed".
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Image caption The Prime Minister still faces a leadership challenge despite securing Cabinet backing for her Brexit deal, according to The National.
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Image caption The Daily Mail claims the Prime Minister could face a leadership coup within days despite the Brexit deal. The paper said the long-awaited agreement was approved by ministers after a "bruising five-hour Cabinet battle".
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Image caption The Times claims the Prime Minister's Brexit statement merely "papers over the cracks". The paper notes the Cabinet remains split and warns Theresa May faces a "furious backlash" from MPs.
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Image caption Theresa May's former Chief of Staff, Nick Timothy, writing in the Daily Telegraph, described the Brexit deal as a "capitulation". The paper also predicts the Prime Minister will face a "furious backlash" in the days ahead.
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Image caption The Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal reports Thursday will be a "day of reckoning" for Theresa May.
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Image caption The i focuses on the Cabinet split over Brexit and the challenges ahead for Theresa May. It highlights Nicola Sturgeon's claim that it is a "bad deal for Scotland" and notes DUP leader Arlene Foster is deciding whether to end her pact with the Conservatives.
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Image caption The Daily Express said the Cabinet backed the Brexit deal after a "stormy" meeting. The paper also reports Theresa May warned rebels Britain could remain in the EU if they vote against her.
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Image caption The Fife edition of The Courier leads with news that a proposed rail factory on the site of the former Longannet power station in Kincardine could create 1,000 new jobs.
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Image caption The Daily Star reports claims by a former Royal chef that the Queen uses a fork to eat a banana. It also reveals a Love Island star is returning to his job as an NHS doctor.
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Image caption The Scotsman reports Prime Minister Theresa May is facing the threat of a fresh no confidence vote from her own party following the Brexit deal.
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Image caption The Daily Record leads with a report that the three-year-old son of murder victim Owen Hassan has told his mother he needs to "get my daddy up in the sky".

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