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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

the former house, or to remove inaccuracies, obscurities, inconsistencies, or other defects of form which had been discovered, but for the removal of which time or opportunity had failed in the initiating house. In such cases the house of lords might be considered rather an instrument than an organ of revision.
The power of amending a bill may be exercised in such a manner as to extend beyond revision of form and details, and to make such alterations as are, in the opinion of the promoters, inconsistent with the fundamental principles of the measure. Where the power is so exercised, the action of the house of lords is tantamount to rejection.
How far, and under what conditions, is it expedient or consistent with modern constitutional practice that the lords should exercise their power of rejecting a bill sent from the commons, of delaying its passage, or of fundamentally altering its provisions ? And, if differences arise on these points between the two houses, how should they be determined ? To state these problems is to raise questions which are of the greatest magnitude and difficulty, and which have become the subject of one of the sharpest constitutional conflicts of modern times.
When parliament was reconstituted after the restoration of Charles II, questions were speedily raised about the relations between the powers and jurisdiction of the two houses.

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