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Companies setting up shop are forced to change their livery. It seems astonishing that a town could detest something so much, but Larkhall does.For it is green that provokes so much ire in this Lanarkshire town just outside Glasgow. So far, the contempt with which the emerald tint is held in the town has prompted the sandwich chain Subway to change its traditional signage to black and the local pharmacies to switch their frontage to blue.Obviously, this matter will involve a significant investigation by Police Scotland.’ Other schools affected included Perth High School, which was targeted by a call but not evacuated on police advice.Assistant Chief Constable Steve Johnson said: ‘A number of schools across the central belt have received a threat via the telephone.
Police Scotland said today that a 33-year-old man has been arrested and is currently in custody. It’s going to be a big loss for the family.” ‘There was no more than 10 of them having a bit of a party.But this week the supermarket chain Asda defiantly said it would not be changing its traditional green logo, should it open a new store in Larkhall.There had been suggestions, apparently from locals and certainly from one local newspaper, that the store would present a unique blue frontage, but this was denied by a spokeswoman, who said: "We use this across Scotland and the UK, and feel it is popular and well recognised." But that has not gone down well.Rape Crisis Centre Glasgow received around 3700 calls last year from women who have suffered sexual assaults or abuse, according to new figures obtained by the Sunday Herald.The shocking statistics come as thousands of people are expected to join a protest march tomorrow night in the south of the city, which is aiming to highlight the rising number of serious sexual assaults on women.