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THE ADMINISTRATION

great latitude by Parliament. Sometimes there is practically no appeal from his orders although in theory the official is as much subject to the law as any member of the public, and although in any case the minister is responsible for his actions and can be called to account for them in Parliament. "We doubt," reported the committee set up to enquire into this much complained of development, "whether Parliament itself has fully realised how extensive the practice of delegation has become, or the extent to which it has surrendered its own functions in the process, or how easily the practice might be abused."(1) It proposed certain safeguards, such as more careful scrutiny by Parliament of the orders, which should always be submitted to it. It recommended more certain appeal from the official to the courts. And it anticipated legislation to provide for greater equality between the administrator and the subject in the courts.(2)

LOCAL GOVERNMENT
When the Hadow Committee remarked in their report in 1934 that "the last twenty years have seen a great increase in the powers and duties of local authorities" they were guilty if anything of an understatement. While in I9oo the social services cost 19s. a head, in 1936 When the Hadow Committee remarked in their report in I934 that "the last twenty years have seen a great increase in the powers and duties of local authorities" they were guilty if anything of an understatement. the figure had risen to 9 pounds. The greater part of these social services is administered by local authorities under central supervision. The annual expenses of local authorities amount to over £400,000,000, collected as rates. That figure is equal to more than half the national budget. Local authorities receive annual grants from the Exchequer of about one-third of this sum. They have

1 Report of the Committee on Ministers' Powers, 1932, p. 24.
2 Ibid., p. 112.

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