Rangers tax case blog has a bit more detail, including the wonderful snippet that Green and McCoist's presentation to the SPL clubs went down like a fart in a spacesuit, and now the cat is well and truly among the pigeons after Partick Thistle and Clyde (first time we've stood together on anything) came out and quite clearly said it as it is.
Also the '41 clubs are going down if Newco get sent to the fourth tier' is frankly nonsense as the only clubs who stand to lose money are the Old Firm clubs whose very existence is tied into various sponsorship deals. Now there's some very vague reports on Twitter of the SPL clubs who voted against Newco talking about increased season ticket sales off the back of this and I think and hope that's right as these clubs have dumped short term financial gain for a longer vision of the game which actually includes what fans want to see.
Meanwhile, on the subject of tax dodges, David Conn outlines the ins and outs of what Man Utd are to become. Imagine a massive fan revolt like what's happened in Scotland happening in England?