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26.11.2013

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Scottish government unveils vision for independence MP3

Ten months out from a referendum on independence, the Scottish National Party, currently in government in Scotland, has outlined in a long-anticipated white paper its vision for an independent nation. The blueprint foresees Scotland keeping the pound as its currency and staying in the European Union, but abolishing unpopular welfare cuts, and getting rid of the UK nuclear weapons it houses. Source: abc.net.au

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