5. All officers to carry revolvers at all times. 6. A special examination should be carried out as to the technical possibilities of, and safeguards against, the use by German broadcasting stations of B.B.C. frequencies on which to broadcast news or instructions to the population in this country during raids, of a nature calculated to spread alarm and confusion. 7. To establish quite clearly exactly who is responsible for the co-ordination and execution of all measures to deal with enemy action within the United Kingdom.
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