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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

member's Act in 1858. No test is required to make the entry of poor men into parliament difficult. Oaths of allegiance and oaths imposing religious tests in various forms and degrees of stringency were introduced in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ; and their modification and abolition, and the steps by which Roman Catholics, Jews and others, obtained admission into the house of commons, form an interesting chapter in parliamentary history. All that is now required is a very simple oath or affirmation of allegiance, in a form compatible with any variety or shade of religious belief or unbelief.
The existing constitution of the house of commons may be summed up as follows.
The house consists of 670 members, 465 for England, 30 for Wales, 72 for Scotland, and 103 for Ireland. Single member constituencies are the general rule, but in a few cases one constituency returns two members. Every male householder who has resided in his constituency for a year, and has paid or compounded for his rates, is entitled to be registered, and, when registered, to vote as a parliamentary elector for that constituency. This is the most general franchise, but there are others, including the occupation of lodgings rented at £10 a year, and the ownership or occupation of lands or buildings of a certain value. Some of the universities return members, elected by their graduates. Women are not entitled to the parliamentary franchise.

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