currency union

An independent Scotland would need to ensure a formal currency union arrangement to keep the pound was completely viable
Ed Balls deciding to join the the Tories and LibDems and apparently writing off the possibility of an Independent Scotland sharing a currency union with the rest of the UK is a low point for the Labour party.
Alex Salmond is refusing to give up on his "Plan A" of sharing the pound with the rest of the UK. After the three main Westminster
Mr Osborne's refusal to hammer out a currency union with the SNP is not an argument against independence, but rather a reason to vote in favour of it. That's because without a union, Scots will be free to establish their own monetary policy and maintain full control over their economy.
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