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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

financial scheme. In Germany the position is much the same. But in England the chancellor of the exchequer retains his conduct of, and responsibility for, his financial resolutions, and the bill founded on them, from the beginning to the end of their parliamentary career. But he has to fight them through the house as best he can, and meet the criticisms which assail him from every quarter, and his proposals often undergo substantial transformation before they emerge in the form of law.
Administration.
Parliament does not govern. Parliamentary government does not mean government by parliament. Once, and once only, in the course of English history has the house of commons attempted to administer the affairs of the country through executive committees, and the precedent set by the long parliament has not been followed.
What is done by parliament, and especially by the house of commons, is in the first place to secure that the king's ministers, who control and are responsible for the executive government of the country, shall represent and have the confidence of the party, or combination of parties, which commands a majority in the house, and in the next place to control the action of those ministers by means of questions and criticisms.
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