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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

of administration. Extravagance they cannot stop : for this the government and the house of commons are responsible; but over irregularity of expenditure they exercise a very potent control. Days are sometimes set apart for a discussion of these reports by the house, but it has usually been found difficult to induce the house to take much interest in the financial irregularities of past years.
So much for the control exercised by the house of commons over expenditure. What remains to be considered is their control over taxation.
Once in every year, usually soon after Easter, the chancellor of the exchequer makes his budget statement in the committee of ways and means. He reviews the finance of the past year, comparing estimated with actual results, and then estimates his requirements for the current or forthcoming year, and explains the mode in which he proposes to raise revenue for meeting them. In so doing he always tries to make as close an approximation as possible between estimated revenue and estimated expenditure. If the estimated revenue on the existing basis is more than sufficient to meet estimated expenditure, he may be in a position to remit or reduce taxes. If it is insufficient he may have to increase existing taxes or impose new taxes. His proposals are embodied in resolutions which are usually handed in at the table of the house immediately after the conclusion of

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