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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

made, make an order suspending him from the service of the house for the rest of the session. Orders of this kind, when made by the house, or by the Speaker or chairman, are enforced, if necessary, by the serjeant-atarms with such assistance as maybe required. In the case of grave disorder arising in the house the Speaker may, if he thinks it necessary, adjourn the house without question put, or suspend the sitting.
These, however, are exceptional powers, only exercised in grave and rare emergencies. To facilitate the despatch of business under normal conditions other standing orders have been required and have been made.
It may be stated in general terms that the main problems of parliamentary procedure under existing conditions are two ; on the one hand, how to find time within limited parliamentary hours for the growing mass of business which devolves on the government; and, on the other hand, how to reconcile the legitimate demands of the government with the legitimate rights of the minority, the despatch of business with the duties of parliament as a grand inquest of the nation at which all public questions of real importance ought to find opportunity for adequate discussion. These are the problems to the solution of which successive amendments of standing orders have been directed.
In the first place, the time appropriated to government business has been largely

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