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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

increased. Under the existing standing orders government business has precedence at every sitting except after a quarter past eight on 2'uesday and Wednesday and at the sitting on Friday. In the earlier part of the session, but not in the later, private members' motions are taken on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and private members' bills on Fridays, but debates on opposed private bills (not private members' bills but bills dealing with railway projects and the like), and the discussion of urgent matters of public importance under motions for adjournment, may occupy Tuesday and Wednesday evenings to the displacement of private members' motions. Moreover, the exigencies of government business may, under special orders of the house, make further encroachments on the opportunities afforded to private members for initiating discussions. It must be remembered, however, that, as explained in a previous chapter, these are not the only, or indeed, the chief opportunities for the exercise of the rights of criticism which belong to private members.
In the next place, it has been found necessary to provide machinery for bringing debates to a close by the operation of the closure, a term borrowed from France. Under one of the standing orders a member rising in his place may claim to move " That the question be now put," and, unless it appears to the chair that the motion is an abuse of

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