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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

government are afforded by the various steps which, as previously explained, must be taken to obtain supply, that is, to authorize expenditure. From the old constitutional principle, asserted in the earliest parliaments, that the redress of grievances should precede the grant of supply, it has been deduced as a parliamentary rule that the action of each minister, and of the departments and officers over whom he has control, can be discussed on the vote for the branch of expenditure concerned. On the motion for first going into committee of supply on the navy estimates, any question relating to the admin.istration of the navy may be raised and discussed, and the same rule applies to the army estimates and the civil service estimates. In the committee the discussion is confined to the particular vote or votes set down for consideration, though a wider range is allowed to the debate on the first vote both in the navy estimates and in the army estimates.
A minimum number of days, not less than twenty in each session before the 5th of August, must be allotted for these discussions. The votes to be taken on each of these days are fixed by arrangement between the party whips and are practically selected by the opposition as the natural and normal critic of the government, subject to the reservation of two or three days for the discussion of Scottish and Irish grievances. Further opportunities for discussing administration, nominally in connec-

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