What the Scottish papers say

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On the final Sunday before the referendum, the Scottish papers are unsurprisingly dominated by the debate.

The Sunday Post and the Scottish Sunday Express have both thrown their weight behind a 'No' vote, with the Post saying "Together we can build a stronger, fairer Scotland" and the Express saying "United we stand".

The Sunday Herald and the Scotland on Sunday both mention the latest polls which continue to show the vote is too close to call.

The Sunday Herald leads with what it claims to be a letter which shows the Treasury "orchestrated the RBS scare story", referring to the bank's announcement that it would move its registered headquarters to London following a 'Yes' vote.

The Independent on Sunday has Alex Salmond and David Cameron head-to-head, and asks "Who to believe?"

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