The front pages of Scotland's newspapers

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The Sunday Mail headline is Revealed - Hate and War.

It says ministers have unleashed a blitz on racists and bigots just days after shocking footage of abuse and violence shocked Scotland.

The Sunday Herald says Scotland's biggest foodbank has run out of food as the number of poverty-stricken Scots turning to foodbanks for help reaches its highest level ever.

Illegal drugs are being sold openly in Scotland through a website that makes a mockery of the law, reports the Sunday Mail.

A poll in Scotland on Sunday suggests the push for independence is losing momentum, despite Nationalists winning the arguments on currency and Europe.

The Sunday Times front page in Scotland says Labour, the Conservatives and Lib Dems are to promise Scots greater tax powers for Holyrood in the event of a No vote in September to try to erode nationalist support.

The Observer says Prime Minister David Cameron will open a new front in the increasingly fraught battle to keep Scotland in the UK by warning that the future of the North Sea oil and gas industries depends on the combined strength of the union.

The Sunday Telegraph also says the future of the North Sea oil and gas industry could be at risk if Scotland chooses independence.

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