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Rennie: Chaos inside nationalist camp will add to confusion on currency plans

April 29, 2013 3:17 PM
Originally published by Scottish Liberal Democrats

Commenting on an article by former deputy leader of the SNP JimWillie RennieWillie Rennie Fairlie, in which he says an independent Scotland should have its own currency, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie MSP said:

"Alex Salmond's refusal to set out a Plan B for currency has upset the apple cart in his own back garden. This powerful intervention from former SNP deputy leader Jim Fairlie adds to the splintering of nationalist opinion on their independence currency proposals.

"If this is the chaos inside the camp, how do undecided voters looking on from outside have a hope of deciphering what Scotland stands to lose on currency if it left the UK?"