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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

of opposition the items on the programme are likely to encounter, and how many and which of them have a reasonable chance of bein, reached and disposed of before the end of the sitting. I-Ie also arranges in the same way the days on which it would be most convenient to take particular votes of supply, and how committees appointed by the house are to be constituted so as to give a fair representation to various sections and interests. These are the arrangements which are referred to when members of either of the two front benches talk of communications passing through the usual channels. It is by means of arrangements and understandings of this kind, carried on through the agency of the government whips, that a great part of the business of the house is conducted, and it could not be got through in any other manner.
The whips of the other parties do not enjoy the advantage of official posts or official salaries. There are at present three of these parties in the house, each with whips of its own : the regular opposition, whose leaders are on the front opposition bench; the Irish nationalist party; and the labour party.
During the session the whips of the several parties send round notices, which are also sometimes called " whips," warning the members of their party when important divisions are expected, telling them at what hour the division will probably take place, and expressing a hope that they will be in attendance at

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