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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

existed, was substantial and had never been denied. On the other hand it was argued that the alteration of practice made by Gladstone in 1861, when he embodied all the financial proposals of the year in a single measure, had merely affirmed and strengthened the true constitutional relations between the two houses, and that the rejection of a finance bill was as inconsistent with sound constitutional practice as its amendment. The relations between the two houses are not governed by statute and are beyond the cognizance of the courts of law. Therefore of legal rights and powers in the narrower sense there is no question. The question is one of constitutional usage and propriety.
But, if there is a debateable borderland between the rights and privileges claimed by the commons, and those admitted by the house of lords, the fact remains that the fiscal powers of the latter house, the powers of the lords with respect to revenue, expenditure and taxation, are strictly circumscribed. They are not consulted about the estimates, about the amounts of money to be raised, or the purposes to which those amounts are to be appropriated. Proposals for taxation do not reach them until these proposals have been sanctioned by the other house, and then in a form which makes criticism difficult. And, as the power of the executive government depends on the power of the purse, the whole range of executive

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