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THE PARTIES

are, for instance, an advisory committee on international affairs, and sub-committees, mostly including co-opted members, on such subjects as constitutional matters, local government and social services, the reorganisation of industry, finance and trade, general policy, and party organisation.
At the central office a staff is employed for the secretarial work of conferences and committees, for research and information, for publications, and for national organisation throughout the constituencies. The National Agent has organisers under him settled in different areas, and with their help his task is to keep an eye on the local parties, advising them on organisation, stimulating them and warning them when their activities shew signs of permeation by elements of which headquarters disapproves. He or his representative generally attends the selection committee at which a candidate is adopted. His office supplies a list of approved names, and he can specially recommend a candidate favoured by the executive. As a grant is made from the central fund during a general election, which figures as the biggest item in the budgets of many local parties, and as, under a special insurance scheme, contributions are collected which often cover the entire expenses of a by-election, headquarters has a strong financial argument with which to prevent the adoption of unendorsed candidates. Further, it contributes to the expenses of particularly poor areas and-to take a typical year, 1935-it gives grants in aid of the expenses of sixty out of the total of 117 local agents.
The balance sheet for the same year shews a revenue of just under £55,000, of which £7,000 came from local parties, £32,000 from trade unions, and £14,000 from the sale of literature. In the special fund for the general election of

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