Teachers' strike vote and Forrest on fire for Scotland

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image captionThe i leads with the prospect of teachers taking industrial action moving "a step closer" after a 3% pay offer was refused.
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image captionThe Herald says a project which has helped tackle long-term alcohol addiction in Glasgow and cut the length of hospital admissions for alcohol withdrawal is being rolled out in parts of the US, Australia and Asia. The paper, like several others, also carries a picture of James Forrest who scored a hat-trick for Scotland against Israel.
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image captionThe Daily Mail focuses on a report suggesting the number of problem gamblers aged 11 to 15 has quadrupled in two years to 55,000. It quotes the former chair of pressure group Action on Addiction saying: "We are on the brink of a gambling epidemic."
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image captionThe Scotsman focuses on Scottish government plans to curb alcohol advertising in public places and online. The proposals also include cigarette packet-style health warnings on bottles.
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image captionTheresa May has promised cabinet ministers she will not let the UK be "trapped in a customs union" with Brussels, ahead of talks with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, according to the Daily Express.
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image captionThe Times quotes a poll suggesting that 46% of voters wanted Mrs May to stay in post, against 33% last week. The "attempted coup... appears to have backfired", says the paper. Its lead story suggests the UK and US are leading an attempt to prevent former KGB agent Alexander Prokopchuk being elected president of global police body Interpol.
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image captionThe Daily Telegraph leads with comments from Spanish foreign minister Josep Borrell, who suggested that Brexit could "split apart" the UK. "Scotland will be free to rejoin EU, says Spain," is the headline.
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image captionThe National also leads with Madrid officials declaring that an independent Scotland would be welcomed into the EU, saying the "myth of the Spanish veto has been put to bed".
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image captionThe Scottish Sun leads with a row over claims former Police Scotland chief constable Phil Gormley "walked away with £85,000 when he quit amid a bullying probe". The paper says the figure included his relocation costs.
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image captionThe Daily Record has an interview with a woman from Coatbridge who has pleaded with her ex-partner to bring back her two children after they allegedly disappeared on a visit to their grandmother's house.
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image captionThe Daily Star tells how TV presenter Susanna Reid shocked viewers of Good Morning Britain by revealing how she chased down a knife-wielding mugger. The paper uses the headline "Forrest Flyer" to tell of the Scotland football team's Nations League victory.
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image captionThe Press and Journal's Highlands edition says police have launched an investigation into the "unexplained" death of a 32-year-old man in Inverness.
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image captionThe Courier's Dundee edition has an interview with a grandmother who survived a murder attempt by a convicted killer last year saying she is now "getting busy living".

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