If variety is the spice of life, then my career must be a vindaloo. What else could explain a background that has involved revealing the 'Mission Impossible' takeover attempt of Rangers by Ethan Hunt; that Little Britain stars created a storm when describing Motherwell in less than complimentary terms; unveiling Scotland's most valuable companies; and detailing the £1bn hole in the country's public sector pensions. All without a jug of iced water in sight.
Police Scotland said they had carried out a number of searches at addresses in both Scotland and England.
Last June, a criminal inquiry was launched into Whyte's takeover when the Crown Office asked Strathclyde Police, now part of national force Police Scotland, to investigate the purchase and the club's subsequent financial management.
It followed a preliminary examination of information passed to police by administrators.
The Scottish Football Association (SFA) said its compliance officer, a legal expert, had issued a notice of complaint to Green.
The organisation tweeted: “Rangers chief executive Charles Green issued with notice of complaint.”
The notice of complaint stated that Green had breached disciplinary rules by making comments in a media interview of an offensive and racist nature that were not in the best interests of his club and which could bring the game into disrepute.
Fans Against Criminalisation (FAC), an umbrella group of mainly Celtic fans including the small shareholders group the Celtic Trust, is also to launch a petition next week to call for a parliamentary inquiry into how the police behaved when an unauthorised march by the Green Brigade group of Celtic fans in Glasgow last month led to 13 arrests.
The body was discovered in bushes near a car park at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh at 2.45pm yesterday.
Police say the man had suffered a number of injuries and his death is being treated as suspicious.
Investigations so far suggest the man was one of a group of four men, possibly of Eastern European origin, who got off a bus on Old Dalkeith Road on Friday night.
The hospital houses Scotland's busiest accident and emergency department.
A large section of the car park was cordoned off as forensic officers moved in.
Specialist police divers have joined the search for the unnamed man, who had been on a day out at Dow Loch, near Cleish in Perthshire, before he plunged into it.
It is understood the 47-year-old, who was hanging on to the ice, shouted to his wife and teenage daughters to stay away as they tried to reach him. The family had spent the day walking and sledging before the accident.
Specialist water rescue teams were employed involving 31 firefighters from four stations and two RAF Sea King helicopters.
Mr Miliband quit his role as vice-chairman and non-executive director of the English premier league side in protest at the Italian's "past political statements" in which he has said he was "a fascist, not a racist".
He has previously described his fascination with former Italian leader of the National Fascist Party, Benito Mussolini.