§ 36. Mr. D. G. SOMERVILLE
asked the Home Secretary if his attention has been called to the fact that listeners-in in the London area are to be asked to take part in an arranged crime in which descriptions of the fugitives will be broadcast with the object of ascertaining whether the public can identify them; and whether, in view of the possibility of the public nuisance created by such methods, he will consider the desirability of permitting such an innovation?
§ Mr. BRIDGEMAN
So far as I can judge at present there is no ground for apprehending serious public mischief from the competitions in question.