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A businessman who was at the centre of a botched police probe into the takeover of Rangers FC has had an appeal date set for his case against the authorities. David Grier, 61, a consultant with Duff & Phelps, took the Lord Advocate and Police Scotland to court, alleging wrongful arrest.

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Police officers who oversaw the botched investigation into the takeover of Rangers FC are facing allegations of perjury and that they attempted to pervert the course of justice, The Times reports. David Grier, 61, a business consultant with Duff & Phelps, lost his malicious prosecution case in J

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The Crown Office is being sued for £120 million by a global financial consultancy firm over reputational damage allegedly sustained during the botched fraud probe into Rangers. New York-based multinational Duff & Phelps has claimed it suffered loss of earnings as two of its employees were

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The Lord Advocate, James Wolffe QC, has apologised in writing to Charles Green and Imran Ahmad for prosecutions that were taken against them in relation to their roles in matters associated with Rangers Football Club. In his letter to each man, Mr Wolffe said they should not have been prosecuted and

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Aamer Anwar has been subjected to racist abuse and death threats from Slavia Prague fans over his representation of Rangers' Glen Kamara. The Glasgow solicitor said the abuse has taken a toll on his mental health and he feels he is a "walking target". 

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Lord Mulholland is set to be called as a witness at the damages action brought by David Grier over the alleged unlawfulness of the fraud investigation into Rangers. Mr Grier, an administrator with Duff & Phelps, is suing the Crown Office and Police Scotland for £5 million.

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The Lord Advocate, James Wolffe QC, is to apologise to the former administrators of Rangers for their malicious prosecution. The news follows confirmation that a settlement has been agreed in a multimillion-pound claim against the chief constable of Police Scotland.

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Charles Green, the former Rangers chief executive, will be compensated for the malicious prosecution made against him by the Crown Office. Mr Green, 67, was told at the Court of Session that prosecutors were wrong to take legal action against him.

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has succeeded in a legal fight with two sportswear firms who attempted to block his clothing range. Mr Gerrard launched a menswear line in 2018 called SGG Apparel, consisting of polo shirts, hooded tops and jackets.

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Rangers FC has announced a partnership with Edinburgh-based community justice organisation Sacro to help tackle sectarianism, homophobia and racism. Its new scheme, Everywhere, Anywhere, Everyone, Anyone, will see fans who have participated in bigoted chants asked to attend educational classes if th

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A former administrator of Rangers has begun a £2 million damages action against Police Scotland, alleging it unlawfully investigated his activities at the club. David Grier, 57, claims detective failed to follow legal procedures when they arrested him in 2014 in connection with the sale of the

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