What the Scottish papers say

The Queen's comments on the independence referendum and the death of aid worker David Haines dominate Monday's newspaper front pages.

The Herald, the Scottish Daily Mail and the Telegraph all focus on the monarch's remarks. She told a well-wisher near her Balmoral Estate in Aberdeenshire that she hopes "people will think very carefully about the future." The story also features in a number of other newspapers.

With just days until Scotland goes to the polls, The Scotsman runs with comments made by First Minister Alex Salmond. He said the referendum was a "once in a lifetime opportunity" and that there would not be a second poll if Scots vote "No" on Thursday.

The Daily Record focuses on the death of Mr Haines, with a tribute from his brother. The Scottish Sun challenges his killer, who has been referred to as Jihadi John, to reveal his identity.

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