By Ivor Jennings
Sir Ivor Jennings' vintage account of the evolution of cupboard executive in England.
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The Duke of Wellington was seen informally by the Prince Consort after Lord Stanley's first refusal to form a Government. He was formally summoned after further negotiations had proved fruitless. The precedent of 1855 is even less relevant. The Queen sent at once for Lord Derby, and she saw Lord Lansdowne after Lord Derby refused office. The events of 1885-6 must therefore be taken as constituting a clear precedent against taking advice when the Government resigns after a defeat in the House of Commons or in the country.
Blake, The Unknown Prime Minister•, p. 527. 4 Nicolson, op, cit. p. 376; Blake, op. cit. p. 526. 5 6 Blake, op. cit. pp. 511, 521-2. Ibid. pp. 520-1. 3 THE CHOICE OF A PRIME MINISTER like Lord Balfour was consulted on Mr Bonar Law's advice,1 evidently did not think it was—it must be plain now. The Government owes a responsibility to the House of Commons alone. The composition of that House determines the nature of the Government. A vote in that House can compel the Government either to resign or to advise a dissolution.
10 1 3 5 7 9 Ibid. Ibid. Ibid. Ibid. Ibid. z 2nd series, in, pp. 712-14. 2nd series, 111, pp. 717-18. 3rd series, 1, p. 8. 3rd series, 1, p. 24. 3rd series, 1, p. 26. Ibid. Ibid. 6 Ibid. 8 Ibid. I0 Ibid. 4 35 2nd series, ill, p. 714. 3rd series, 1, pp. 5-6. 3rd series, 1, pp. 16-17. 3rd series, 1, p. 25. 3rd series, 1, p. 26. THE CHOICE OF A PRIME MINISTER Sir Henry Ponsonby then saw Lord Salisbury, and reported that Lord Salisbury had said that 'had Mr Gladstone announced the Irish policy attributed to him, there might have been some grounds for not calling upon him to form a Government.