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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

of the house of commons, and, as a rule, have been settled in accordance with the dictates of common sense and general convenience, but in such a way as to leave the procedure elastic and the rulings not always easy to reconcile with each other. In the case of private bills, the commons have expressly waived some of their privileges by standing order. In the case of public bills the modern practice is that the Speaker intimates in the first instance whether in his opinion a case of privilege has arisen, that is to say, whether he thinks that any of the rights or privileges claimed by the house with respect to finance have been infringed. If he does think so, it is then for the house to determine, on the motion of a minister, or otherwise, whether they will insist on or will waive their privilege. If the commons assert their privilege on an amendment made by the lords, they usually send a message, giving some general reason, such as that the amendment would interfere with the public revenue, and adding that " the commons consider that it is unnecessary on their part to offer any further reason, hoping the above reason may be deemed sufficient." This is the conventional form of hinting at a claim of " privilege," and the hint is in most cases accepted by the lords on the very sound principle that it is not worth while to raise a big question except on a big issue. If, on the other hand, the commons

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