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THE MAKING OF LAWS

Speaker in the chair, considers the bill as reported to it by the committee, and discusses and determines whether any further alterations or additions should be made.
The final stage in the house of commons is the third reading. At this stage only formal or verbal alterations are allowed. What the house does is to consider the bill as a whole, and determine whether, in its opinion, the measure ought or ought not to become law.
When a bill has passed through all its stages in the house of commons it is sent up with a message to the house of lords, to pass through its several stages there, stages which correspond, with some differences of detail, to those in the house of commons. The lords may reject the bill or may amend it, but, as will be explained hereafter, they have no power to amend a finance or other money bill. If the lords amend a bill they send it back to the commons with a message requesting the concurrence of the commons in their amendments. Should the two houses differ, informal negotiations take place between the friends and the opponents or critics of the bill, and amendments and counter amendments may pass to and fro between the two houses until an agreement is arrived at. But if no agreement can be arranged, the bill drops, that is to say, fails to become law, for a bill cannot be presented for the royal assent until the concurrence of both houses has been obtained.

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