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THE PARTIES

not so instructed it generally does.(1) Labour Members of Parliament, candidates and peers are ex-officio members of the conference but without a vote.
The executive committee is elected by the conference for one year, and it meets normally at the head office three or four times a month. It consists of the leader of the Parliamentary party, 12 members chosen by the trade union section of the conference, one the socialist, co-operative and professional organisations section, 5 women chosen simply as women, and 7 representatives selected by the constituency party delegates. The trade unions, that is to say, have a considerable majority. The executive in 1936-7, a typical year, contained 12 Members of Parliament out of its then total membership of 25, and 6 others were candidates. Five out of the seven who were neither candidates nor members belonged to the trade union section.
The trade union chiefs, however, sit generally on the General Council of the Trade Union Congress, which does not permit them to be also on the Party Executive. They are thus free to criticise party decisions. It was partly to bring them into the area of responsibility that the National Council of Labour, discussed below, was created.
The work of the executive is to give a central direction to the conference and the party generally. It has the duty to carry out the decisions of the conference; it supervises the central office, instituting investigations, drawing up policy reports, and has disciplinary power. It is assisted by the headquarters staff and by a number of committees. There

1 But it must be remembered that when you are addressing 750 voters, and 399 of them are absent, you will know that neither cogency nor eloquence will determine whether your cause wins or loses, and you may prefer to be silent.

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