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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

for obtaining information on which criticism may be based, but do not themselves supply opportunities for criticism. Such opportunities are afforded in various ways.
At the beginning of each session amendments may be framed on the address in reply to the king's speech in such a way as to raise a debate on almost any question of general policy or public administration. The questions usually selected are those which at the moment excite most general interest, and the debate on them extends over several days.
Any member is entitled to bring forward a motion condemning or criticizing the government or any member or department of the government. If such a motion were made by the leader of the opposition, it would be treated as a vote of want of confidence, and time would be given by the government for its discussion. But the opportunities afforded to other members for the exercise of this right are, in practice, severely limited. In the early part of the session a certain number of evenings, at first two in each week, afterwards one, are set apart for private members' motions, and members ballot for priority on these evenings. But these evenings are sometimes taken by the government under pressure of business, disappear altogether after Whitsuntide, and, whilst available, are not always utilized to the best advantage.
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