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Topics: Scotland, UKIP

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

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The Scottish pounds would also be abolished and replaced with the country's former currency the Oat

London - (Hustings): "Our new policy is to dump Scotland from the Union," UKIP ex-leader Nigel Farage told bewlidered prospective voters today.

"In this we're light years ahead of fetid Scottish Nationalists who want to secede from the Union.

"I say 'Let's do it to them before they do it to us!' haha. See how they like it when we strip them of their annual fifty billion quid in taxpayer handouts."

Farage was was commenting on the UKIP manifesto which reckons the annual cost of Scottish upkeep would be better spent on building a massvive great big wall to keep everyone north of the border out from Britain.

"Of course the Scottish pound will also have to go," Farage added.

"Damned Highlanders can jolly well go back to their original currency - the Oat!"

Lord Pearson of Rannoch is the current leader of the UK Independence Party.

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