In common with most of the newspapers, The Herald leads with reaction to the Grenfell fire disaster and criticism of the prime minister. It reports Theresa May was jeered during a visit to the area.
The Scotsman says anger boiled over as people “demanded answers” on what happened and and protesters headed for central London.
The demonstration reached the gates of Downing Street, reports the Sun, with some calling the deaths at the tower block “murder”.
According to the Daily Record, the writing is on the wall for Prime Minister Theresa May.
The Daily Telegraph believes part of the explanation for the protests was that militants hijacked the anger felt by local people.
But it was relatives of the victims, according to the Daily Star, who stormed their local town hall to show their fury.
The Daily Express reports the demonstrations and says the government has pledged £5m to fund immediate help.
Thousands were venting their fury on the streets, according to the Daily Mail, as the prime minister visited the area.
The National goes its own way with analysis of how the Scottish independence movement should proceed after the General Election result.
The tragic death of a law student is the lead for the Aberdeen edition of the Press and Journal.