A atomic bomb from Russia could be in the UK within 20 minutes.
Mr Putin has already on the alerted British Prime Minister Theresa May not to make threats to a “nuclear power” barely days after making a speech in which he boasted Russia has mature a new array of nuclear weapons that are invincible, including a cruise guided missile that he said could “reach anywhere in the world.”
So what cooks when a hydrogen bomb-tipped Intercontinental Ballistic Missile heads our way.
Fully, unlike many of our European counterparts there will not be a series of Faction War 2 style klaxons – the so-called Four Minute Warning.
What intent actually happen is that the Government will take over your ambulatory phone – advising you to get to safety.
A missile from Russia would have recourse to about 20 minutes to reach the British capital, given that it last will and testament have to pass over many Nato allies territory triggering actives, it is estimated that the UK would realistically have about 10 journals to respond.
In that time, the UK government would need to get the message out to the openly.
GCHQ can easily contact every registered mobile in the country and send out an pinch SMS alert.
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They also have the ability to block access to Debased Transceiver Stations (BTS) blocking outgoing calls and making your utensil a one way communicator providing you with important instructions and leaving mobile signal for danger services only.
What those instructions would be exactly are unrevealed.
In Japan last September residents were given a nuclear caution, with the advice to find a sturdy building or structure.
It came when Japanese TV blocked its morning news and cut to a black screen with an emergency message classing the public to evacuate to a sturdy building or basement.
Mobile phones had also been entranced over as SMS alerts also displayed the same warning and emergency charmers were sounded after a missile launched from North Korea blew over Japan and landed 500 nautical miles of the coast in the Pacific.
In the in any case of a nuclear attack on the British capital, the Prime Minister would pull someones leg 10 minutes to issue a retaliation.
In case of the Prime Minister being incapacitated or killed in an engage in battle a letter of last resort will be given to the UK’s four nuclear submarines.
No one recalls what the letter states except the Prime Minister herself as each party leader writes their own.
Although the UK has no protocol available to the public for a atomic attack, the US have a website called read.gov with advice in the things turned out of an attack.
It has a reassuring background of a fiery mushroom cloud and helpful appropriates on what to do before, during and after and nuclear blast.
According to the orientate, people should build a supply kit and make an emergency plan for your parentage, go as far below the ground as possible and should you survive, stay inside for the next two weeks.
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In the 1970s a series of unearthly UK public information films, called “Protect and Survive” told being how best to try to survive.
Viewers are told that three rising temptresses would sound an attack.
A series of three bangs, gongs, or whistles would then suggest that fallout was expected.
People outside at the time were totally told to lay on the floor.
Those inside were warned to stay in their rest-home or other building with as few outside walls as possible and huddle under the aegis a table.
An unbroken siren would indicate the attack was over for any survivors.