Rangers football Club are tonight in administration. During another dramatic day of frantic off the park activity, HMRC went to the Court of Session to try and prevent the club appointing administrators. And tonight a question mark hangs over the Club’s fixture with Kilmarnock on Saturday. Strathclyde Police are threatening not to commit resources to the match unless they receive guarantees about payment from the administrator. In other news: A man’s been jailed for a year for a vicious hammer attack on a pensioner in a Perthshire village; Staff at Dundee’s DVLA centre have joined colleagues across Scotland in a protest against plans to close regional offices. In sport: Today’s developments at Ibrox have sent shockwaves through Scottish football. Former Inverness boss Terry Butcher has warned that Rangers woes could impact on everyone involved with our national game.
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