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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

which have remained the same. In personnel the Conservative Party and the Liberal remnant shew much the same features as in the past. The House is still the high road to the Cabinet, and in the M.P., with all his diminished prestige, there yet lives the possible Prime Minister. The House still provides a forum for addressing the public, and therefore a means of achieving fame. Such, too, is the patronage of the political leader in office that the House naturally affords an avenue to distinction. Advancement to lawyers in the shape of judgeships, to politicians by means of the fifty or so ministerial posts, the appointment of ambassadors, governors, conference delegates, members of royal commissions or of the boards of control of various services, are all in the gift of political leaders, who are naturally apt to know more of their colleagues' merits than those of the outside world. Nor is such promotion to be regretted, for the House of Commons still provides to him who likes to avail himself of it an excellent training in public service and in the understanding of social problems and political realities.
The British legislature is anything but legislative in its main function. It provides a forum for the Cabinet's announcements of policy. It receives the annual financial statement. It hears each departmental minister defend the activities with which he is chiefly concerned. It is provided with the Government's legislative projects. The reports of enquiry committees are supplied to it. Many ministerial orders have to be laid on its table for a certain time before they can become valid. When policy is in doubt, or a matter of urgency occurs, a minister may be invited to make a statement to the House. But it is not adequate to say that Parliament legislates. It provides the formal machinery of lawmaking, and it has the ultimate power over any legislative measure. Yet, when there

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