Independent Scotland would keep pound for transition

An independent Scotland could offer an incentive package to people from other countries who make their home there, a new report will suggest. The Sustainable Growth Commission - which was set up by the SNP to look at future economic prospects - will set out proposals for a "Come to Scotland" package as part of efforts to boost the country's population. First Minister and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has already said the report will "restart the debate" about Scottish independence. On the key issue of what currency an independent Scotland would use, the report recommended the country keep the pound during a transition period – with a separate Scottish currency a possibility after six economic tests are met.

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