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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

before midnight. After that hour he finds that some educational gentlemen, having a privileged motion to which the midnight rule does not apply, begin a discussion which lasts till say half-past one, when a division takes place, whereon the house adjourns. He then goes home tired in the small hours of the morning, saying to himself
' Who would fardels bear
To grunt and sweat under this weary life?"'
This description would, with a few trifling modifications, apply to the house of commons of the present day. The house now meets at a quarter before three, and questions begin about three. Before 1902 business used to be suspended informally for about half-an-hour at dinner-time, whilst the Speaker took what was called his " chop." Now business is continuous, the Speaker being relieved by his deputy during the dinner-hour, but attendance is very scanty at that time. Opposed or contentious business now stops ordinarily at eleven instead of at midnight, and what Sir Richard Temple calls the midnight rule is now called the eleven o'clock rule. But, subject to these corrections, Sir Richard Temple's description might be safely utilized by the journalist of 1911.

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