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Scots go to the polls on Sept. 18 to vote on whether or not they wish to remain part of the United Kingdom. The issue of currency and a backstop by the Bank of England in the event Scotland became independent is high on the list of issues being debated. (RUSSELL CHEYNE/REUTERS)
Scots go to the polls on Sept. 18 to vote on whether or not they wish to remain part of the United Kingdom. The issue of currency and a backstop by the Bank of England in the event Scotland became independent is high on the list of issues being debated. (RUSSELL CHEYNE/REUTERS)

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