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Currency collapse ‘would cost Scots £30bn’

Posted on 11 August 2014

Taxpayers in an independent Scotland would be hit with a £30 billion bill if Alex Salmond got his way on a currency union with the rest of the UK because the deal would “inevitably break up”, sending shockwaves through the economy, an economist has warned.
The first minister has been on the back foot on the currency issue since the leaders of the Westminster parties vetoed his plan for a union and he was unable to explain his “plan B” during a televised debate with Alistair Darling……………………………………..Full Article: Source


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