Sturgeon: Scottish currency 'entirely credible'
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says it is "entirely credible" that an independent Scotland would want its own currency.
But it would keep the pound for at least 10 years under proposals set out by the SNP's Growth Commission.
The commission was set up to build a new economic case for independence following Brexit.
Scotland could potentially move towards introducing its own currency if six economic tests were met.