Scotland's papers: IndyRef2 and 'dad who stalked his daughter'

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Several of Scotland's papers lead with the renewed campaign drive for independence launched by Nicola Sturgeon on Friday. The Herald says it is a "battle for hearts and minds". The National also goes on the campaign for another referendum on Scottish independence.

The story is also the lead on the front page of the Scottish Daily Mail , under the headline: "Which bit of no don't you get?".

The Scottish Daily Express says Sturgeon's new drive for independence has been hit by a privacy row.

The Scottish edition of the Daily Telegraph says Sturgeon has delayed making a decision on whether to call a second independence referendum for at least three months to give independence campaigners more time to drive up public support.

The Scotsman says that Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled plans for an economic commission to look at how a £15bn "black hole" in Scotland's public finances can be brought under control.

The Scottish edition of The Times leads with a report from war correspondent Anthony Loyd. He claims that the man who shot him in May 2014 now works for the CIA. Loyd was shot for having attempted to escape a gang of kidnappers in northern Syria - his shooter was one of the gang.

A story about a father who "stalked his own daughter" leads the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun features claims about drugs at Sports Direct's headquarters.

The Scottish Daily Star front page says that the Great British Bake Off has been hit by a racism row.

The Courier's Perth and Kinross edition claims that a Perthshire chicken factory has been given a final warning over noxious odours polluting Coupar Angus.

The Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal says a disqualified driver who led police on an early morning chase across Aberdeen city centre has been jailed.

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