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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

of the efficient. In a committee having a party strength proportionate to that of the House there would not be any danger to ministerial responsibility, for the minister would retain his authority over his own followers, not only during those legislative steps taken on the floor of the House, but equally on the committee stage. It is probable, however, that the ministerial members would be able to exercise a rather greater influence over their leaders simply because of their greater mastery of the subject matter under debate. There should be no more danger of obstruction from the Opposition members than at present, for the time-table limiting discussion should be made applicable to all measures, and should apply in committee as well as in other stages. On the contrary, the fact that members were given greater information and more immediate contact with those responsible might well produce in them a spirit of co-operation. It is true that when Government and Opposition are diametrically opposed in philosophy and policy such co-operation is unlikely. The emergence of class divisions in the House has reduced this co-operation; their disappearance in the future may restore it. If the minority is to exercise an influence it will be through personal relations between its members and the Government supporters in the committee. Clearly the ministerial section is likely to be in close contact with the minister and his political and Civil Service subordinates, and it may prove to be of great value as an advisory and thinking body. A party when in opposition is normally accustomed to organise itself into policy-making committees. There is every reason why these should continue to work during the still more vital period when the party is putting its policy into operation, and the ministerial Members would inevitably form such a thinking and policy-making nucleus. They would consider

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