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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

the commons do not vote money unless it be required by the crown; nor impose or augment taxes unless the taxation be necessary for the public service, as declared by the crown through its constitutional advisers."
These principles may be summed up in four leading rules. The first rule regulates the constitutional relations between the crown and parliament in matters of finance. The crown, that is to say, the king, acting through his ministers, who constitute the executive government, cannot raise money by taxation, borrowing or otherwise, or spend money, without the authority of parliament.
The second rule regulates the relations between the two houses of parliament. The power to grant money in parliament, a power which includes both the raising of money by tax or loan and the authorizing of expenditure, belongs exclusively to the house of commons. The house of lords assents to, and may reject, a grant of money, but cannot initiate or alter a grant.
The third rule imposes a restriction on the power of parliament to authorize expenditure. Parliament, that is to say the house of commons, cannot vote money for any purpose whatsoever, except at the demand and upon the responsibility of ministers of the crown.
The fourth rule imposes a similar restriction on the powers of taxation. Parliament, that is to say the house of commons, cannot impose a tax, except upon the recommendation

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