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The Scottish Government has proposed a “currency union” between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK, where the two countries would share the British pound and have joint control over monetary policy like the setting of interest rates. UK Chancellor George Osborne, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander have ruled out sharing the British pound in a “currency union” with an independent Scotland. To what extent, if at all, has this affected how you are likely to vote in the referendum?
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