Identity Protection Scheme

In that rarest of venn diagrams that features Jim Davidson, Branding, Corporate Identity, Semiotics and Colin and Justin, we find out that a Glasgow pantomime dress broke the Geneva Convention.

A spokesman for the Red Cross said; “The emblem is a special sign of neutrality and protection recognised by all sides during armed conflicts.Misuse of that emblem – even when done in an innocent and light-hearted manner – has to be addressed. Repeated and widespread misuse of the Red Cross emblem could dilute its neutrality and its ability to protect.”

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