06.00 BBC Today headlines Wins for Cruz and Sanders … 07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland headlines FIFA's Infantino named in Panama Papers ... Press complainants say Cameron not doing enough ...
The National pictures the protest against the now former PM of Iceland, Sigmunder David Gunlaugsson, and the Guardian spotlights Fifa president Gianni Infantino as the latest to be named.
The FT says Sanjeev Gupta, head of Liberty House, is calling for “sweeping subsidies” if he is to buy the Port Talbot steelworks.
The Evening Times marks Rangers return to the premiership.
The Sun has found emails a young Kezia Dugdale wrote to an SNP MSP offering to work as an intern for free.
But his trouncing of Trump is significant in that it boosts what Bill Clinton called the Big Mo, momentum, behind Cruz.
More money has started to come in, as has increased backing from the Republican hierarchy. He said previously that if he won Wisconsin he had pretty much sealed the deal on the nomination.
Now he has failed to do so, where does he go from here?
A recalibration of his campaign ahead of the next vote in his home state of New York is required after a disastrous week that has included rows over abortion and comments about Cruz’s wife.
There were 1.82 million illegal crossings into the EU last year, reports the Daily Mail.
The figures come from the official Frontex border agency, which acknowledges that jihadists may be taking advantage of the situation.
The row over the Scottish Government’s proposed £10bn deal with a Chinese firm continues to make the front pages in The Herald, Times, and Scotsman.