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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

that "he was first a whipper-in to the -Premier, and then became Premier himself." V''hipper-in was ulti:aately abbreviated into whip.
The whips are the agents through whom party machinery is used for the conduct of the business of the house. They are the eyes and ears of their party chief. It is their business to try and discern the direction in which sections of opinion are moving, to hear any mutterings of discontent, and to suggest methods for mitigating or removing it.
The government whips are paid officials, with official titles which do not indicate their real work. The chief of them is a secretary of the treasury, others are junior lords of the treasury, and one of them often holds a post in the king's household. They have an office in Downing Street besides their official rooms at the house of commons, and perform important duties in connection with the arrange?rent of the business of the house. They sketch out a forecast of the probable work of the session, or of a part of the session, estimating the time which each item of work will occupy and how much time can be spared for it. The chief whip settles, under instructions from the prime minister, the programme of government business for each sitting of the house of commons, and sees that the necessary notices are handed in at the table of the house. He ascertains, by communication with the whips of the other parties, what kind

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