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About this book
British Government: The Central Executive Territory draws on a wide range of sources including diaries, biographical and other writings of ministers, and accounts by civil servants. Divided into six parts - the nature, environment and structure of central government; the Cabinet; the Executive Centre; the Prime Minister; cases and conclusion - the book emphasises the political imperatives and managerial problems of modern government, and stresses the persistence of Cabinet as a principle and framework of effective rule.
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