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THE CABINET

leader of the House of Lords. This inner Cabinet is often the really effective source of all important decisions.
As chairman of the Cabinet the Prime Minister is served by a small staff, headed by the Secretary to the Cabinet, who attends its meetings. The business of this secretariat, which was established by Mr. Lloyd George in 1917, is to prepare the Cabinet agenda, for which purpose it receives the necessary documents from the departments and circulates them. It is the privilege of members of the Cabinet to have any memorandum which they may wish to write on the subject of an item of the agenda circulated to the whole Cabinet before discussion takes place.
In regard to foreign affairs the Prime Minister has special responsibilities. Decisions of great importance have often to be taken with great speed before there is time to summon a meeting of the Cabinet. In such cases there is always consultation between him and the Foreign Secretary. The niceties of diplomatic interchange are not always easy-to convey to a full meeting and it is therefore doubly necessary that there should be complete understanding between the two ministers. And here also that long-term view which it is the special duty of the Prime Minister to ensure is particularly vital, as is the co-ordination of foreign with defence and trade policy.
The work of the Cabinet is increasingly performed through the mechanism of committees. These are of three kinds. There is the informal committee of ministers, such as that which appears to have developed recently for foreign affairs. A similar standing sub-committee to co-ordinate defence, foreign, and finance policy was set up in 1935 and given the name of the Defence Policy and Requirements Committee. Ad hoc committees of similar composition for dealing with
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