THE billionaire financier who teamed up with a former Rangers investor to break the Bank of England has distanced himself from claims that he is involved in a £10 million investment bid at Ibrox.
RANGERS fans have accused the taxman of prolonging a witch hunt against the club over the so-called Big Tax Case on the day it emerged one director is being paid £1000-a-day plus expenses.
THE TAXMAN is to continue a legal fight over a claim Rangers were liable for a £46.2 million bill over the use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs) to make payments to players, managers and other staff.
ON the face of it an out-of-town training ground seems like a pretty flimsy reason to prolong a fight.
PROFESSOR Stewart Hillis used to joke that he would love to get his hands on a "retrospectivescope", a piece of kit which would enable doctors to utilise hindsight, right all wrongs and correct all previous misdiagnoses.