The British Political System

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INDEX
Abdication Act, 1936, 266
Aberdeen, Lord, 101, 185, 268
Administrative Law, 284-7, 290-2, 316-17
Administrative System, 165, 293-7
Admiralty, 148, 293
Agriculture and Fisheries, Ministry of, 142, 148, 285, 293
Air Ministry, 294
Amos, Sir Maurice: British approach to politics, 23, 261
Anne, Queen, 27
Anson, Sir William: power behind Cabinet, 176
Asquith, H. H. ( Earl), 86, 240, 254, 269 power of dissolution, 271 as Prime Minister, 101, 151, 154
Assizes, 282, 283
Attlee, C. R. ( Earl), 31, 32, 106, 107, 119, 185, 240 British Constitution, 33 1945-51 Government, 106, 111, 161, 229, 245, 260, 331
Attorney-General, 148, 284, 288, 312
Bacon, Francis, 23
Bagehot, Walter: Cabinet, 179 House of Lords, 256, 258 Sovereign, 274
Baldwin, Stanley ( Earl), 86, 97, 110, 240 British Constitution, 36 Dissolution, 180, 189, 190 1923 Government, 36, 105, 118, 269
Balfour, A. J. ( Earl), 86, 97, 240
Ballot Act, 1872, 58, 60
Barristers, 287-9
Beaverbrook Newspapers, 328, 329
Bentham, Jeremy: Civil Service, 289
Bevan, Aneurin, 31, 107, 111
Bevanites, 32
Bevin, Ernest, 106, 107, 162
Black Rod, 26, 27, 252
Blackstone: Commentaries, 19
Bonar Law, Andrew, 78, 97, 118, 240
Bracton: supremacy of the law, 279
Bridges, Lord, 158
Bright, John, 110
British Broadcasting Corporation, 295, 329-30
British Institute of Public Opinion, 64, 99
Brook, Sir Norman, 158
Broughton, Lord, 243
Budget, 157; 168, 236-7, 296 debate on, 246 House of Lords and, 258 local authorities, 313
Burke, Edmund, 298
Burns, John, 105
Butler, David, 76
Butler, R. A., 112
Cabal, 140, 146
Cabinet, 10, 16, 20-1, 22, 37, 135-7, 204-7, 332-3 and administration, 291, 305-6

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