The report from BDO surfaced on Wednesday afternoon, it covered a subject that BBC Scotland reporter Mark Daly produced two television programmes on. In 2022 the state broadcaster won’t go near it.
By lunchtime on Thursday The Sun and Daily Record picked up on it, it seems that HMRC are in the wrong for only calculating and agreeing to £56m in unpaid Income Tax and National Insurance over a decade of cheating sport and the public purse.
The Scotsman joined the party but despite their vast resources BBC Scotland had still refused to touch the HMRC bill on Friday morning. With Steven Thompson and Neil McCann regulars on the Sportscene sofa they have access to the heart of the story, for their own reasons the state broadcaster won’t touch it.
Kenny Macintyre and Tom English host Sportsound tomorrow afternoon, there is one topic that the Dynamic Duo will be avoiding like a diet when they go on air.
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Rangers are my team, never hidden that. Be strange to have someone working on Sportsound that didn’t support a team.
As for Kris Boyd. I know at times he is a wind up merchant, but he talks up our game. Would he be in the Sky studio tonight if he wasn’t such a big personality?
— Kenny Macintyre (@kennymacsport) January 31, 2022
Joe mcaleer says:
December 9, 2022 at 8:51 am
the maister says:
December 9, 2022 at 11:38 am
Clachnacuddin and the Hoops says:
December 10, 2022 at 4:00 am
Gordon Smith's Syrup says:
December 9, 2022 at 1:17 pm
It’s not a criminal offence to be without a “licence”.A lot of over paid numbskulls in the BBC.
Be strange to have someone working on BBC Sportsound … Who’s team was Celtic!
Post of the week – Boom !
If the Rangers send a ball boy to get 4 copies of their favourite rag ,the daily Record , to the local shop ,BBC Scotland have it as a major news item ! If Ian Durrant picks his nose and flicks it ,Sportsound on a Saturday will have a team of ex the Rangers people discussing it at length . At least we now know what the bulk of our licence fee cash is spent on in Scotland by old auntie …
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