A welcome to Scotland sign is displayed at the Scottish border at Berwick Upon Tweed, Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Scott Heppell)
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Scottish leader Alex Salmond warned on Monday that British politicians risk provoking a backlash in Scotland by running a negative campaign against independence and refusing to let Scots keep the pound if they vote to go it alone.Salmond is fighting a closely choreographed attempt by London to scupper Scotland's Sept. 18 vote for independence by undermining his central economic case that Scotland could be a prosperous, independent nation.British finance minister George Osborne warned last week that Scotland could not keep the pound if Scots vote for independence while European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso cautioned Scotland on Sunday that it would struggle to gain European Union membership.
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