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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

Russell brought his reform bills in his own hands to the bar of the house of lords. At the present day these messages are brought from each house by the clerk of the house, who may be seen occasionally attending for this purpose in his wig and gown at the bar of the other house.
The rejection of the Finance Bill in 1909, following, as it did, the rejection of other important government measures, brought the differences between the two houses to a crisis. A general election ensued, and maintained Mr. Asquith's government in power, though with a reduced majority. The Finance Bill of the year was re-introduced in the new parliament and became law. The government introduced a Parliament Bill which was based on resolutions passed by the house of commons in June 1907 and proposed to regulate by statute the relations between the houses. The bill was read a second time, but further proceedings on it were stayed by the death of King Edward VII. A conference on the subject was then held between eight members of the two houses, four from each political party, and this conference was still sitting when parliament adjourned for an autumn recess. When parliament re-assembled in November 1910 it was announced that the conference had failed to arrive at an agreement. Some important debates took place in the house of lords, and that house passed resolutions of a general character for

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