Fully revised and up-dated, this new edition of Simon James comprehensive and accessible text continues to provide an excellent insight into this central topic of British politics. It draws on the wealth of new material that has become available in recent years to shed light on the mechanisms, structure and realities of the Cabinet system in Britain from 1945 to the present 1945. Its coverage includes: * ministers and their departments * collective decision-making * the role of the Prime Minister * the strengths and weaknesses of the Cabinet system * the future of the Cabinet system. British Cabinet Government will give both A-level students and undergraduates a clear understanding of the realities of this central aspect of British politics.
Introduction to Second Edition 1. Describing the Cabinet System 2. Ministers and their departments 3. Collective Decision-Making: Cabinet Committees and the Cabinet 4. The role of the Prime Minister 5. Dynamics of Collective Decision-Making 6. Problems of the Cabinet System 7. Advice at the Centre Suggested Further Reading Bibliography
British Cabinet Government by Simon James
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