The Scotsman - Scots could be offered their own passports as part of a radical proposal to allow them to live and work in the European Union after Brexit.
The Scottish Parliament is examining a plan drawn up by academics which aims to ensure Scots are able to continue to enjoy free movement with the rest of the EU.
Revealed by The Herald, the passport plan, will look at the risks facing the country as the UK prepares to split from the Brussels bloc, while finding solutions to benefit Scotland.
One of the central proposals offered up by the experts is that a devolved Scotland could issue its own national insurance numbers for Scots to use to apply for jobs in Europe.
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