Rangers



Lord Advocate’s admission of malicious prosecution came too late

The Lord Advocate's admission that a former Rangers chief executive was the victim of a malicious prosecution should have been made earlier, a judge has said.

Published 25 November 2021

Malicious Prosecution Scandal: Duff and Phelps sues Lord Advocate for £25m

The firm that dealt with the administration of Rangers when it collapsed is suing the Lord Advocate for £25 million over the case that alleged the club was sold fraudulently, The Herald reports.

Published 14 May 2021

Ex-owners of Rangers secure £3.1m tax bill cut

A further £3.1 million has been cut from the tax bill owed by the firm which formerly owned Rangers Football Club.

Published 15 December 2020

HMRC denies responsibility for Rangers insolvency

The chief executive of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has publicly denied that it made any mistakes when pursuing repayments from Rangers FC for unpaid tax.

Published 18 November 2019

Murray Capital Group experiences loss and £1.2m tax hit

Murray Capital Group made a loss of £1.75 million before the tax year ended December 31st and has been hit with a £1.3m tax charge.

Published 27 September 2019