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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

its functions, without any express change in the law, to a specially qualified committee, and also illustrates the large part played by legal fiction in our constitutional arrangements. The judicial functions of the house of lords are performed by some half-a-dozen trained lawyers, and the other members of the house take no part in and share no responsibility for these proceedings.
The arrangements during what is technically a judicial sitting of the house of lords are quite different from the arrangements during a sitting for purposes of legislation or debate. The sitting begins in the morning, and terminates before the ordinary afternoon sitting is ushered in by prayers. The small number of learned lords who attend are sprinkled about informally at the lower end of the house, in the immediate vicinity of the bar, from which they are addressed by counsel.
The general business of the house of lords usually begins at about 4.30 p.m., after prayers have been read by one of the bishops. The ordinary sittings are not long; they rarely extend beyond the dinner hour, and are sometimes over in a few minutes. The amount of business to be transacted is much less than in the house of commons, and on many days the red benches are very bare. Questions are few, there are no estimates to discuss, and debates on the different stages of bills are, as a rule, much shorter. Con

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