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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

sequently it has not been found necessary to adopt any precise allocation of time, or to have recourse to any of the methods for shortening proceedings with which the house of commons is familiar.
Subject to the important exception of financial measures, almost any public bill may be introduced in either house. But in recent practice the more important bills are, as a rule, introduced in the house of commons, with the result that in the early part of the session there is a dearth of legislative business in the house of lords, whilst at the end there is much congestion, and bills brought from the other house are hurried through with what is sometimes described as indecent and unseemly haste. Complaints have often been made on that score, and it has been suggested that parliamentary time might be saved if more of the important bills were introduced in the house of lords, in the early part of the session, when the other house is necessarily much engaged with financial business. But the government of the day, whichever party is in power, does not show much inclination to adopt this suggestion. The reason probably is, that until a measure has been discussed in the popular house it is difficult to ascertain the trend and force of public opinion, what chance the measure has of becoming law, and what amendments it is likely to require in deference to hostile or friendly criticism. Hence, in the case of

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