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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

the other hand, they are members of the legislature, liable at any moment, so long as parliament is sitting, to be called to account for their actions by the house to which they belong, and dependent for their tenure of office, technically on the king's pleasure, but practically on the good-will of the house of commons. The most important of these ministers constitute the cabinet, a body of about twenty persons, having the prime minister as their chief. The cabinet has been described as a committee, but, if this description is to be accepted, they are a very informal and anomalous committee. They are not a committee of either house of parliament, or a joint committee of the two houses', for they are not appointed by and do not report their proceedings to either house. The members of the cabinet must be members of the privy council, and thus the cabinet may be treated as a committee of privy councillors. But it is not a committee of the privy council, for it is not appointed by and does not report its proceedings to that body. In fact the cabinet does not report its proceedings at all. Its meetings are private, and are held usually in Downing Street, but often at other places, such as the prime minister's room in the house of commons. It has no secretary or clerks, keeps no record of its proceedings, and treats them as matters of secrecy, which it is a breach of confidence for any member of its body to divulge, except by permission of its

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