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THE PARTIES

party decision in their majority representation on the National Council of Labour. This is a body for co-ordinating the policy of all branches of the movement. It consisted in 1936 of 7 representatives of the General Council of the Trade Union Congress, 3 of the National Executive of the Labour Parry, and 3 of the Executive Committee of the Parliamentary Parry. It is the apex of the movement, the executive of executives. In a case of first rank political importance like that of Labour's policy in relation to Fascist intervention in Spain in August 1936, it was in this body that the matter was first considered and that the first steps towards giving the movement a lead were taken, although the matter was referred to an urgent joint meeting of the three executives. Here it would seem to be of paramount importance to any well organised political parry that the responsibility for leadership should be placed upon the responsible political leaders. They are the best qualified, although of course they will need, and no doubt take, advice. Their influence should be the most weighty in such counsels, and perhaps it is.
The Parliamentary Party, the third body represented on the National Council, has its own chairman or leader, vicechairman, executive committee, and whips or organisers. They are all freely elected by itself, and its choice of the first is clearly of great national importance since, provided the party abides loyally by its choice, it is to him that the Sovereign is bound to turn to form a government when the party wins a majority. If the leader, being premier, should die or wish to resign, it is no longer to any advice that he may have given as to his successor that the King will turn. The choice of the leader in the older parties has generally followed less formal methods. When Harcourt resigned from the Liberal leadership, for instance, his place was offered to
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