Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has defended his independence plan, insisting it would keep the pound despite the UK government ruling out a currency union. Salmond is warning of a Scottish backlash after a negative campaign from Westminster to derail the vote, but as Ivor Bennett reports, the plan for secession is looking increasingly unstable, with EU membership now being questioned too.
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