The acrimonious debate continues about whether Rangers FC is a new club or not.
LAW firm Pinsent Masons has reported a 5% increase in turnover to £309 million in its first annual financial results following the merger with McGrigors.
A London-based City investor who has bought a 1.2 per cent stake in Rangers has vowed to buy even more shares.
The Scottish Football Association will decide by the end of the month whether it will investigate links between Rangers and former owner Craig Whyte.
Rangers have put plans for an extraordinary general meeting of their shareholders on hold.