What would the ‘Sporting Integrity’ mob say about a football team using foreign loan players, evading PAYE/NIC to the HMRC then getting out of pay that bill: 775 more words
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Martin O'Neil's overspend bought 2001 Treble using Dermot Desmond's Bank Guarantee. Debt needed to be cleared by share offer.
In the Celtic accounts for year ending 30 June 2001, Chairman Brian Quinn acclaims their first Treble in over 30 years but the clue to how it was achieved appears in the next paragraph: 563 more words
Steven Purcell started the GCC policy of Off Market deals used in the Celtic land deals of 2007 but only made it official in 2009.
There has always been corruption in Glasgow City Council politics but Steven Purcell’s reign as Labour party leader of Glasgow City Council from 2005 to 2010 made cronyism Glasgow City Council policy. 1,860 more words
EDC used Campsie Youth funds in Lennoxtown charity to clear the Celtic SLA when Campsie FC needed an all weather pitch
Why did East Dunbartonshire Council (EDC) take £33,360 that were earmarked in the Lennoxtown Initiative charity specially for Campsie Youth, to cover-up over-payments to Celtic FC, who have a multi-million pound training centre in Lennoxtown, via the Celtic Service Level Agreement? 497 more words
Labour Party Triangle is like the Bermuda Triangle where public subsidies are milked and disappear. One corner of the triangle, the Labour controlled Glasgow City Council has been damaged but may be only some replaced with like minded SNP suits. 1,134 more words
How did the end of June get here so quickly? It’s all the way up to 75F (gasp! – and yeah, I know that isn’t hot), the neighborhood is filling with screaming grandkids (whatever happened to laughter?), and it would be an excellent time to be in the mountains (on the snow and past the mosquito zone). 945 more words
Glasgow City Council/Celtic EU State Aid investigation was one of the Scottish Government's Off The Books 'No Minutes' cases.
On 1 June 2017, a major development occurred which unfortunately has been overshadowed by the noise from the General Election campaign. Twenty-three journalists representing major news outlets in Scotland wrote an open letter to MSPs tasked with selecting the new Scottish Information Commissioner. 975 more words