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Nicola Sturgeon has insisted that a separate Scotland would continue using the pound until concerns about a new currency disappear despite SNP members voting for a quick changeover.

The First Minister recognised there are expert concerns around the impact of a new currency on pensions, savings and mortgages and suggested its introduction would be delayed for an indefinite period.

But her insistence that a separate Scotland would carry on using sterling on an unofficial basis came only four days after SNP members changed party policy in favour of dumping it "as soon as practicable."

In a further embarrassment, she could only fully name half of the six tests the SNP has adopted for adopting a new...

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted that a separate Scotland would continue using the pound until concerns about a new currency disappear despite SNP members voting for a quick changeover.

The First Minister recognised there are expert concerns around the impact of a new currency on pensions, savings and mortgages and suggested its introduction would be delayed for an indefinite period.

But her insistence that a separate Scotland would carry on using sterling on an unofficial basis came only four days after SNP members changed party policy in favour of dumping it "as soon as practicable."

In a further embarrassment, she could only fully name half of the six tests the SNP has adopted for adopting a new...

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted that a separate Scotland would continue using the pound until concerns about a new currency disappear despite SNP members voting for a quick changeover.

The First Minister recognised there are expert concerns around the impact of a new currency on pensions, savings and mortgages and suggested its introduction would be delayed for an indefinite period.

But her insistence that a separate Scotland would carry on using sterling on an unofficial basis came only four days after SNP members changed party policy in favour of dumping it "as soon as practicable."

In a further embarrassment, she could only fully name half of the six tests the SNP has adopted for adopting a new...

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted that a separate Scotland would continue using the pound until concerns about a new currency disappear despite SNP members voting for a quick changeover.

The First Minister recognised there are expert concerns around the impact of a new currency on pensions, savings and mortgages and suggested its introduction would be delayed for an indefinite period.

But her insistence that a separate Scotland would carry on using sterling on an unofficial basis came only four days after SNP members changed party policy in favour of dumping it "as soon as practicable."

In a further embarrassment, she could only fully name half of the six tests the SNP has adopted for adopting a new...