Scotland's papers: SNP pressure Mundell over no-deal cabinet

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Image caption Scottish Secretary David Mundell is facing pressure from the SNP after he warned Boris Johnson a no-deal Brexit would be welcomed by Nicola Sturgeon, The National reports. According to the paper, the SNP have urged him to rule out serving on a cabinet if the UK were to leave the EU without a deal.
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Image caption The Scotsman leads with projections from the SNP which suggest Scotland's population will be half a million smaller by 2040 than it would be if immigration policy was devolved. The party have warned of potential harm to public services and restrictions on growth.
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Image caption Tory leadership favourite Mr Johnson faces a "showdown" with about 30 of his party's MPs who want to block a no-deal Brexit, the main story in The Times reports. The paper also reports that the rise of online shopping has had an unexpected effect: more postmen are bitten by dogs as people open their doors to receive parcels.
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Image caption "Boris: No-deal Brexit is nothing to fear," says the headline in the Daily Express. The paper says that Mr Johnson aims to present concerns about leaving the EU without a deal as another "Project Fear", referring to the unsuccessful Remain campaign in the 2016 referendum.
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Image caption The i newspaper focuses on the "outcry" over Labour's threat to sue staff who break non-disclosure agreements, part of the ongoing row about the party's handling of anti-Semitism and bulling claims. The paper says deputy leader Tom Watson deplores efforts to "silence" officials.
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Image caption "Labour civil war explodes," cries the Scottish Daily Mail in its coverage of the anti-Semitism row. The paper says that Mr Watson has warned he will use parliamentary privilege to defeat any gagging orders against ex-staff, calling the attempts to stop whistleblowers "stupid".
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Image caption The Daily Record leads with an alleged hit-and-run on Sunday in Paisley, Renfrewshire following the arrest of a 20-year-old man. A 15-year-old girl was crossing Glenburn Road, near Fereneze Drive, with friends when she was struck by a car and later died.
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Image caption The US president's aides have called for the UK ambassador to be sacked for his views, the Daily Telegraph reports. The paper's main picture features Boris Johnson looking directly at the camera as he licks an ice cream festooned with a Union flag.
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Image caption The wife of Rangers legend Fernando Ricksen appears on the front page of the Scottish Sun amid the family's financial woes. The star, who is battling MND, is being cared for in a hospice in Airdrie while wife Veronika travels from Spain to visit him.
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Image caption Flash floods in Edinburgh last month caused an Indian takeaway to collapse leaving a family with no source of income, reports the Edinburgh Evening News. A stark image of the remains of the restaurant dominates the paper's front page as the family say they have "no choice" but to look for alternative employment.
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Image caption The Courier leads with an anti-terror raid in Glenrothes, Fife which saw a 22-year-old man arrested. He was later charged in connection with alleged offences under the Terrorism Act, police confirmed.
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Image caption The Press and Journal reports a victim of child abuse is considering suing NHS Highland after he waited five years for a psychological appointment to suit his needs. According to the paper Peter Todd has already taken legal advice over potential action.
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Image caption The Herald reports a new initiative will see computers programmed to spot disease from pathology samples in an effort to speed up diagnoses and ease pressure on doctors. The paper says the project is an attempt to "future proof" services.
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Image caption The Daily Star of Scotland has good news for those spending the summer at home: despite some downpours this week, Britain has four more heatwaves in store. "Summer is saved," the paper declares in its headline.

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