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Scotland's papers: Calcutta Cup and Brexit deal backing

Image caption The Brexit deal is the focus in the Sunday Times, which says Mrs May will warn Conservative MPs that leaving the EU might not happen at all if they don't back her deal. The prime minister is appealing to MPs ahead of a third vote on her Brexit deal this week.
Image caption Scotland on Sunday reports that, according to constitutional experts, Nicola Sturgeon may have the power to hold a "lawful" referendum on independence, if Theresa May refuses to agree to a fresh vote on Scotland leaving the UK.
Image caption The Scottish Mail on Sunday claims that a female MSP has been warned not to go out alone after receiving threats. Annie Wells, Scottish Conservative and Unionist MSP for the Glasgow region, contacted police with concerns after she received detailed messages that outlined her daily routine.
Image caption The National's front page features an article by Adam Ramsay, of Open Democracy, about how "dark money split the Tories' ruling elite". It also features Scotland's draw with England in the Calcutta Cup - as do many of the other front pages.
Image caption Scotland were "seconds from glory" in the rugby, says The Herald. It also reports that veteran BBC broadcaster Allan Little criticises the attitudes of some of his London-based BBC colleagues towards independence in a documentary that is to be shown on the new BBC Scotland channel.
Image caption Football fans are snorting cocaine inside Scotland's top football stadiums, according to a Sunday Mail investigation. The paper's reporters tested six of the ­country's top football grounds during games and found positive results for the drug on each occasion.
Image caption Women are at far greater risk of fatal heart attacks, according to the Sunday Post. The experts the paper has spoken to claim that diagnosis and treatment is biased towards men.
Image caption A woman who survived the Manchester bombing has said terrorists will never win. She has spoken in response to Friday's attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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