Index

a
Abel-Smith, Brian 221, 224
accounting officer see permanent secretary
Ackroyd, Elizabeth 32
Adenauer, Konrad 6
ad hoc groups 59-60, 172;
manipulation by Prime Minister 60-1
Addison, Christopher 103, 122
Africa Committee 69
Agriculture Committee 189
Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Ministry of (MAFF) 9, 13, 21, 32, 203
Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Secretary of State for 9, 60, 71, 130, 147, 174, 189
Alderman, Geoffrey:
on ministerial turnover 13
Armstrong, Robert 27;
on ministerial resignation threats 125;
on collective responsibility 185;
as Cabinet Secretary 201, 202;
on Cabinet Office studies 204-5
Armstrong, William 209
Asquith, Herbert 122;
on Prime Minister’s role 89
Attlee, Clement 122, 123, 176;
control through Cabinet committees 66, 109;
on Cabinet gives policy lead 96;
style 98-9, 129, 136;
appointment of ministers 104;
dismissals 105;
allocation of portfolios 106;
and Bevin 134, 142-3;
and defence 149-50
Attorney-General 64
Australia 101;
length of ministerial tenure 13;
Cabinet committees 63;
parliamentary Labor party electscabinet 102;
Priorities Review Staff 235, 237;
Prime Minister’s Office 220-1;
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 243
Austria:
party influence 10;
ministers’ background 18;
cabinet committees 63
Aviation, Ministry of 50

b
Bagehot, Walter:
on ministers’ skills 18
Baker, Kenneth 43, 67, 107, 115, 167, 212;
mauled by dangerous dogs 17
Baldwin, Stanley 108
Balogh, Thomas 167, 208
Bancroft, Ian 227
Barber, Anthony 153
Barber, Michael 224
Barnes, John:
on symbiotic model of Cabinet 124, 166;
on Cabinet and foreign policy 145;
on prime ministers and interest rates 158
Barnett, Joel 59, 103, 122;
on civil servants 41, 45, 46;
departmentalism 174;
public spending allocation 192
Beckett, Margaret 221
Belgium:
influence of party 10;
short ministerial tenure of office 13;
representation of sectoral interests in Cabinet 101;
ministerial ‘cabinets’241-2

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