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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

that time. If a member wishes to withdraw from his party, he signifies his desire not to receive these notices from its whip. He may, of course, if he pleases, declare his independence of party by declining to receive any party whip. By so doing he sometimes increases his chance of a hearing in the house, but usually endangers his seat.
These party arrangements make it easier for a member to perform his parliamentary duties. He cannot be expected to stay long in the house itself : he has quite enough to occupy him in the committee room, in the library, in the smoking room, on the terrace, or elsewhere. But when the division bell rings he hurries to the house, and is told by his whip whether he is an " Aye " or a" No." When a division takes place on party lines, the party whips act as tellers. When they do not, members understand and, if necessary, are told by their whips that they can vote as they please, irrespectively of party obligations. Requests that members may be thus freed from party obligations are not infrequently made, and there are a good many occasions on which they can be properly and usefully granted. But it may be doubted whether open questions are really popular. A house is never more interesting than when members are left free to vote according to their individual consciences and convictions, and never more puzzled. Each member has to think and deeide for him-self, which is

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