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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

of the crown. Accordingly any proposal for the levy of a new tax or for the increase of an existing tax must come from the government. This rule only applies to general taxes, not to the taxes for local purposes which are known as rates.
These rules are constitutional rules, based partly on Acts of Parliament such as the Bill of Rights and the Act of Settlement, and partly on parliamentary usage and practice. They have to be steadily borne in mind when the financial business of parliament is under consideration.
Such then are the main rules in accordance with which the house of commons controls the raising and expenditure of the national revenue. That revenue is derived from several sources, but the chief source is taxation. The taxes imposed by the authority of parliament are partly permanent and partly temporary. The great majority of them are permanent, but, in order to maintain the control of parliament over the executive government, some of the most important of them are imposed for a year only. Under the existing practice the income tax, which is the most fruitful of the direct taxes, and the tea duty, which is one of the most important of the indirect taxes, have to be renewed every year.
The whole of the national revenues, from whatever source derived, is, with some trifling exceptions, paid into the bank of England or

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