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Section 8.2 The National Currency of Scotland is the Scots Pound, being Constitutional Money guaranteed by the State in accordance with the Constitution.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-16 22:37:27

    Section 8.2 The National Currency of Scotland is the Scots Pound, being Constitutional Money guaranteed by the State in accordance with the Constitution.

      • kenny321

        Thank goodness its not the 'dollar' or other currency. It was the Scots Pound when we entered the Alliance, it should be that coming out. Regardless of what other countries may say. An independent Country has the right to use whatever currency it chooses.

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      • Bennachie

        The name of the National Currency is an emotive issue. Perhaps, considering this is the digital age, we should be considering a country-wide competition with particular emphasis on the younger generations participating in what will be a matter of significance in their future.

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