Alex Salmond: Independence campaign and shared currency


The campaign for Scottish independence will start soon after the May local elections, Alex Salmond has told the Sunday Politics.

The first minister told Andrew Neil he was confident of winning, as they debated the role of the Queen, a Scottish currency, Scotland's role in the EU and a future "fiscal stability pact" between London and Edinburgh during their interview in Aberdeen.


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