Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Let's look through the green window!

And what new term did we learn today children? 
That's right! Gratuitous Alienation! And where did we learn that new phrase? That's right! By reading a blog on Rangers' travails that we suspect might not be written by one given to spending their Saturdays buying a burger aff the van outside Ibrox. (Thanks to Brighton Joe fuhr the heids up)

"Rangers EBTs were a loan.  HMRC will tell recipients of this loan that their side letters (you better believe they’ll all find those side letters now) are not worth the paper they’re written on.  If the money was indeed a loan, a demand for repayment will be made.  If this is disputed, you can expect to hear the phrase Gratuitous Alienation to enter the lexicon soon.  Gratuitous Alienation is the Scots legal term describing when property (or cash) is transferred to another party without any, or adequate, consideration."
From: Celtic Quick News.

Google don't have a green one. Use your imagination.

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