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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

think that an amendment, though not strictly regular, does not materially infringe their privileges, and therefore may be accepted, they are in the habit of saving their position by having a special entry inserted m their journal explaining their reasons for acceptance. There are other ways of getting over or getting round rules of privilege so as to avoid practical inconvenience. For instance, the lords sometimes insert financial provisions in a bill for the purpose of showing what they desire. These provisions are printed in italics, and, strictly speaking, are not supposed to be in the bill at all. They are merely suggestions to the house of commons which that house may adopt if it is considered expedient so to do. The practice of both houses has been, as a rule, conciliatory, and though questions of privilege between the two houses have occasionally roused grumblings of discontent, they have very rarely caused a serious breach.
The rejection of the Finance Bill in 1909 was, of course, an exception, but the controversies raised by that rejection are too acute and of too recent date to be made the subject of discussion here. The constitutional arguments on either side are well known. On the one side it was argued that this particular bill was something different from and more than an ordinary ,finance" or money bill, and that, even if its scope had been merely financial, the right of the house of lords to reject a"money bill," though rarely exercised,

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