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One of Mrs Thatcher’s early reforms in 1981 involved the abolition of this department and the allocation of some of its most important powers to the office of Prime Minister. Thus in addition to holding the title First Lord of the Treasury the Prime Minister also acquired the title Minister for the Civil Service (see GCHQ case). Central Policy Review Staff (Think Tank) Another reform in 1983 saw the abolition of the Central Policy Review Staff (CPRS), colloquially known as the ‘Think Tank’. It is noted in, Cabinet Government by the Constitutional Reform Centre (1988) that the CPRS had been created by Sir Edward Heath’s government in 1971 in order to help the Cabinet, to which it was directly responsible, ‘...

Delegated legislation But whereas the principle of the legislation is often contained within a statute, much of the fine detail of its law will be enacted through delegated legislation. There are different types of delegated legislation to which different levels of parliamentary scrutiny apply. An interesting development in this regard has been the creation of a Select Committee on the Scrutiny of Delegated Power for the House of Lords. When recommending its creation the Procedure Committee noted, ‘democracy is not only about the election of politicians, but about setting limits to their powers’.

Nevertheless, there has been criticism that the demands of party loyalty have done much to undermine the ‘individuality’ of our elected representatives, who, far from calling the executive to account for their legislative proposals, may be seen to act as mere ‘lobby fodder’ for the party machine they serve. Public Bills It may be argued that Members of Parliament do have a role to play in initiating debate within Parliament on matters of national or constituency interest. Standing Orders provide an opportunity for a 15 ESSENTIAL CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Member of Parliament to initiate an emergency debate on an important matter that requires urgent consideration.

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