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26.11.2013

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Scotland moots move to independence MP3

In a long-awaited white paper, the Scottish government has set out what it calls its 'mission statement' for an independent nation ahead of a referendum on the issue next year. The Scottish National Party says an independent Scotland would keep the pound as its currency and would remain in the European Union, but would get rid of nuclear weapons and unpopular welfare measures. But some analysts say the 650-page docum... Source: abc.net.au

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