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THE CABINET

a particular issue, or working out agreement on a proposed measure, such as tariff reform, are examples of a second type. Both of these work sometimes with the assistance of high officials. Also there is the formal committee like the Committee of Imperial Defence, and the Civil Research Committee which in 1930 became the Economic Advisory Council. These, while the Prime Minister and the other ministers specially concerned sit on them, contain prominent officials or outside experts or both. They have a number of standing and ad h.oc sub-committees.
The House of Commons comes to a large extent under the personal control of the Prime Minister. Generally he is "Leader of the House." The party whips in the House are under his direction, holding sinecure paid offices as junior lords of the Treasury, to which he appoints them. Through them he issues orders to the rank and file of the parry in the House and arranges its time-table. He wields the supreme power of dissolution and thus holds the security of Members on both sides of the gangway in the House in his hands. That is not, of course, to say that he will use this power lightly, for the fate of his parry, his government, and himself may well depend on the way in which he exercises it. Nor is it easy to say to what extent the King is bound to accede to his request to dissolve. To refuse such a request when supported by a unanimous Cabinet might lead to criticism and bring the monarchy into the arena of political conflict. To accept it without evidence of Cabinet approval might do the same. But it is dangerous and would generally be regarded as bad tactics to criticise the action of a popular King, and this would be particularly true when his action merely led to a consultation of the sovereign electorate. George V granted Mr. MacDonald's request in 1924 even

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