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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

the rules of the house or an infringement of the rights of the minority, this preliminary question must be put forthwith, and, if it is carried, the original question is put forthwith and decided without amendment or debate. But a motion for the closure cannot be made unless the Speaker or the chairman or deputy chairman of ways and means is in the chair, and is not carried unless it appears on a division that not less than 100 members voted in its support. The effect is to leave to the chair much discretion as to the time and circumstances in which closure should, with propriety, be granted.
By recent amendments of standing orders the machinery of closure has been extended to standing committees on bills, and, when a bill is being debated in a committee of the whole house, or at the report stage, the occupant of the chair may be clothed with powers for selecting the particular amendments to be discussed.
But in recent years the machinery of the ordinary closure has been found inadequate for getting through the most important government bills of the session, and, at the instance of, but under protest from, each party in turn, more drastic measures have been adopted. They take the form of special orders of the house for the allocation of time on particular bills, are sometimes described as " closure by compartments," but are more popularly known as " the guillotine." So

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