Scotland's papers: Brexit deal bid and Alesha trial latest

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Image caption Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of "running down the clock" over Brexit in her bid to pass a last-minute deal, according to The Scotsman. The paper also features a picture of a young protestor at a demonstration against Midlothian Council's plans to scrap music tuition in schools.
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Image caption The Scottish Sun leads with an admission by Alesha MacPhail's father that he sold cannabis to the teenager accused of her murder. It also features a report on a row in the Commons after the SNP's Ian Blackford called Prime Minister Theresa May a "liar".
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Image caption The Herald highlights a new survey which claims one in three women has been a victim of sexual harassment. The school music tuition protests, which forced Midlothian council into a u-turn, also feature on the front page.
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Image caption The Daily Record features an exclusive about a grandmother who is critically ill with a hospital infection. The paper also covers the Alesha MacPhail murder trial and features a picture of the six-year-old and her father on the front page.
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Mail hails the reader response to its campaign to clean up Britain after 55,000 people signed the pape's petition in two weeks. It also features a picture of the Duchess of Sussex.
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Image caption The Press and Journal features the trial of a babysitter accused of shaking a baby to the danger of her life. It also highlights "the winter danger that lurks in Scotland's mountains".
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Image caption The Courier reports locals in Fife have pledged support for a Scout group in Cardenden after their newly-refurnished hall was partially destroyed in a fire. The paper also features a picture of singer/songwriter Ben Folds and reveals fans will have to pay up to £4,600 to join him for a "special VIP weekend" in July.
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Image caption The National poses a number of questions for the BBC about a guest who appeared on last week's Question Time in Motherwell.
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Image caption The Times reports the head of MI6 is expected to stay in post beyond his retirement to guide the service through the post-Brexit period. The paper also features an action picture of legendary English goalkeeper Gordon Banks, who has died aged 81.
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Image caption The Telegraph leads with Bank of England chief Mark Carney's comments that Brexit could trigger a "new global order" of free trade, despite its previous reservations.
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Image caption The Scottish Daily Express claims a "secret Brexit plot" was hatched in a hotel. It also features comments by actor George Clooney who compared the treatment of the Duchess of Sussex in sections of the media to the experiences of the late Princess Diana.
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Image caption The Daily Star leads with a report which claims US singer Katy Perry has been criticised for her choice of footwear.

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