First it was left to Bank of
a newly independent
Of course the merest glance across the Channel is enough to show that nations sharing a currency need to closely co-ordinate their budgets and the riskier parts of their economies - their banks, for instance. So where does that leave first minister
So maybe accepting the logic of two separate currencies would be a better route. The euro is off the table because
Senior figures in the yes campaign are believed to be lobbying hard for a switch in tactics.
Yet without a switch now to full independence with a new currency, Salmond faces the prospect of going into the election offering the electorate a messy negotiation with an unknown outcome. He can dismiss
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