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

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image captionThe 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".
image copyrightThe National
image captionThe Prime Minister still faces a leadership challenge despite securing Cabinet backing for her Brexit deal, according to The National.
image copyrightDaily Mail
image captionThe 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".
image copyrightThe Times
image captionThe 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.
image copyrightDaily Telegraph
image captionTheresa 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.
image copyrightPress and Journal
image captionThe Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal reports Thursday will be a "day of reckoning" for Theresa May.
image copyrightThe i
image captionThe 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.
image copyrightDaily Express
image captionThe 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.
image copyrightCourier
image captionThe 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.
image copyrightDaily Star
image captionThe 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.
image copyrightScotsman
image captionThe Scotsman reports Prime Minister Theresa May is facing the threat of a fresh no confidence vote from her own party following the Brexit deal.
image copyrightDaily Record
image captionThe 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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