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Civil Defence (Nuclear Attack)

Volume 889: debated on Thursday 10 April 1975

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21.

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will outline the provisions made for shelters in a nuclear attack.

Adequate protection against initial blast effects close to an explosion is not practicable. In more peripheral areas the main shelter against radioactive fall-out would be in the home.