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UK To Scotland: Back Independence Means No Pound

UK To Scotland: Back Independence Means No Pound

SCOTLAND has been warned. If it votes to leave the United Kingdom later this year, then the new country walks away from the pound. That’s the hard-line and potentially game-changing message presented last month by UK Treasury chief George Osborne, who ruled out a currency union in a speech in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. […]

UK To Grant Scotland Binding Independence Vote

BREAKING UP is supposed to be hard to do – but Britain’s government confirmed Tuesday it would happily offer Scotland the powers it needs to sever centuries-old ties to England. Prime Minister David Cameron’s government said it would sweep away legal hurdles to allow the Scots a vote on whether their country should become independent […]

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