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In the nicest possible way, Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, jammed a large spanner into the wheels of the Scottish National Party’s independence train. For an independent Scotland to retain a currency union with Britain would require that Scotland give up some of its national sovereignty, said Mr. Carney, making pointed reference to the continuing struggles in the euro zone.

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