Ibrox safety licence should be revoked immediately before someone is hurt.

An interesting article has appeared on http://www.philmacgiollabhain.ie tonight regarding advice given by the Police to employees of Duff and Phelps administrators re: They’re personal safety.
According to the article  “The police have advised Rangers Administrators Duff & Phelps that they should not have anyone in the Director’s box tomorrow”.
Following on from Celtic FC security warning to Neil Lennon and the Polices warning to Craig Whyte that for their own safety they should not sit in the directors box at Ibrox a pattern is emerging.
We stated after the last Glasgow Derby that if the Police can’t guarantee the safety of any member of the public in a stadium or any other ‘controlled environment” then the safety licence should be withdrawn and and the venue closed until public safety can be guaranteed.
Seem’s like Strathclyde Police and the city council are happy to bend the knee to the vile and violent sections of the Rangers* support.
After all both we’re quite happy to threaten to withdraw Celtic’s licence this season because of ‘lateral movement’
Corruption ???

Comments

  1. The safety certificate should be withdrawn and not reissued by the City Council on account of monies being outstanding ie business rates & council tax.
    Ordinary householders are refused services when in arrears over Council tax

  2. The safety certificate should be withdrawn and not reissued by the City Council on account of monies being outstanding ie business rates & council tax.
    Ordinary householders are refused services when in arrears over Council tax

  3. “Ordinary householders are refused services when in arrears over Council tax”
    Are they? never heard that before!!

    1. A council or local authorities can have certain charges ring fenced in any credit agreement with a council tenant. If they are a private factor then they can suspend repairs ans maintenance. They can also seek a court order to force a private citizen to sell their property/properties to recover debts owed to to the via council tax. Add to that the fact that Councils or housing associations/Private Landlords can hold back on repairs if a tenant goes into arrears with their rent or council tax then Brian is correct.

  4. “Ordinary householders are refused services when in arrears over Council tax”
    Are they? never heard that before!!

    1. A council or local authorities can have certain charges ring fenced in any credit agreement with a council tenant. If they are a private factor then they can suspend repairs ans maintenance. They can also seek a court order to force a private citizen to sell their property/properties to recover debts owed to to the via council tax. Add to that the fact that Councils or housing associations/Private Landlords can hold back on repairs if a tenant goes into arrears with their rent or council tax then Brian is correct.

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