Scotland's papers: May's quit pressure and 'beast next door'Published23 March 2019SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage captionThe Times, like many of Saturday's front pages, leads on Brexit, claiming Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to name a date for her departure. The report claims her Cabinet support has "drained away" and the DUP has lost faith in her. The paper quotes senior figures in No 10 as confirming that discussions on a timetable for her to stand down are under way.image captionIn the Daily Telegraph, Mrs May is said to be rejecting calls for her resignation and that she has a new plan to allow MPs to vote on keeping Britain in a customs union. The paper says MPs may be allowed to vote on a range of Brexit options in the event of the PM's deal being defeated for a third time in the Commons.image captionThe i claims the Prime Minister is "losing her grip on power". The story claims the PM's control over her government and party is now "close to collapse".image captionThe Herald previews Saturday's "march of the people" in London. Up to one million people are expected to attend a People's Vote march and rally, including Nicola Sturgeon. The paper says up to a million people are expected to show their frustration as "Brexit boils over" and Theresa May's premiership hangs in the balance.image captionThe Scotsman's top story says the author of a report on sectarianism in Scotland has blamed Brexit for a rise in hate speech. Professor Duncan Morrow said the current political climate had created a tolerance for more extreme language not seen during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum.image captionThe National's lead says that MPs will vote on a range of Brexit options and that Nicola Sturgeon has hailed this as a "moment of maximum opportunity" ahead of her speech at the People's Vote march in London.image captionTheresa May is going "all out" to "smash the Brexit deadlock" as she fights for her political survival, according to the The Scottish Daily Express. The paper claims she has indicated she may not bring her withdrawal agreement back to the Commons for a third vote if there is not enough support for it.image captionAn exclusive picture obtained by the Daily Record shows Alesha MacPhail's killer, teenager Aaron Campbell, smiling at a party just hours before he carried out the six-year-old's rape and murder.image captionThe Press & Journal leads with the news that a body has been found in a remote Aberdeenshire woodland. The paper says the family of missing 16-year-old Liam Smith has been informed. Liam disappeared in November last year.image captionA real-life drama on the set of Coronation Street leads the Scottish Sun. The paper claims armed raiders smashed their way on to the set while stars filmed scenes of a robbery on location in Bolton.image captionThe Courier reports on potential disruption to bin collections after refuse collectors voted to strike in a row about changes to shifts.image captionStaying on the subject of rubbish, the Scottish Daily Mail dedicates its front page to "litter heroes". It says its own initiative is the UK's biggest volunteer drive, with almost half a million people signing up to take part.image captionAnd the Daily Star of Scotland splashes with a "freak accident" that saw a 24-year-old woman die after taking part in a "Jaffa cake challenge". Bethan Gaskin collapsed after the snacks lodged in her throat.Related Internet LinksHerald ScotlandDaily Mail OnlineDaily ExpressDaily RecordThe Scottish SunThe ScotsmanThe NationalThe TimesThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.