Rangers give update on club's impasse with BBC

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Rangers are in discussions with leading BBC figures in London in order to try and end the stalemate between the two institutions.

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The national broadcaster boycotted Rangers after reporter Chris McLaughlin was banned by the club following a match with Hibs in the summer of 2015.

Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson. Picture: SNS

Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson. Picture: SNS

Discussions have taken place in the past to end the impasse but a resolution has not been found.

Speaking at the club's AGM, managing director Stewart Robertson revealed that they've now entered into discussions with senior figures down south in order to find a solution.

He said: "We’re now dealing with the BBC in London. We just want coverage to be fair and balanced. We’ve got very good relations with BT, Sky etc."