§ 39. Mr. Wedgwood
asked the Prime Minister what exactly is to be the alarm signal for invasion; whether anything is to precede the church bells, especially in London; and whether those in the Services or civilians are to receive any general advice as to action or inaction, whether by day or night, whether at work or at home.
§ The Prime Minister
My right hon. Friend may be sure that these matters are not neglected, but I hardly think that they are conveniently dealt with at the present moment by Question and Answer in the House.
§ Mr. Wedgwood
The right hon. Gentleman realises, I hope, that it is 1222 urgently important that civilians as well as military people should know what the signal would be?
§ Mr. Thorne
Will the right hon. Gentleman consider the advisability of broadcasting as soon as he knows that there is an invasion?