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.
THERE was also other news on July 10, 1989.
IT was the legal timebomb that led to the downfall of one of Scotland's oldest and most famous football clubs.
ANGRY Rangers fans are preparing a legal claim over damage caused to the club after the taxman's so-called Big Tax Case was dismissed.
There is a wearyingly familiar outrage doing the rounds at Rangers after the UTT ruling which upheld the club's appeal against HMRC over its controversial use of EBTs.