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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

doubted. But apart from this, there are serious difficulties in the way of adopting these suggestions. There is the difficulty of considering administration apart from policy, and there is also the grave objection that any such committee would share, and therefore would weaken, that exclusive responsibility for the estimates which ought to rest with the ministry. The appointment of parliamentary committees from time to time to inquire into the staff and expenditure of particular departments might be more useful and practicable. The need for some improvement in our methods of controlling expenditure is generally admitted.
On th;e other hand, the control of the house of commons over taxation is undeniablv substantial and effective. Taxation, unlike expenditure, is always unpopular, and the chancellor of the exchequer may fairly say that it is more blessed to give than to receive. Therefore any proposals for taxation which he may bring forward are pretty sure to be met by vigilant and well-informed criticism and to encounter formidable opposition.
It is true that he can exercise greater control over the fortunes of his budget than the finance ministers of many other countries. In France the budget proposals are referred to a very strong budget committee, which takes them completely out of the hands of the finance minister, and often returns them in a shape quite inconsistent with his general

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