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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

reforming their constitution and for regulating the relations between the two houses.
The general election of December 1910 gave the government a majority practically identical with that with which they went to the country. The parliament bill was reintroduced at the beginning of the session of 1911, and is still under discussion.
The proposals of the bill are
1. If the lords withhold their assent to a money bill for more than one month after the bill has reached them, the bill may be presented for the king's assent, and, on that assent being given, will become law without the consent of the lords. It is for the Speaker of the house of commons to decide whether a bill is a money bill or not.
2. If a bill other than a money bill is passed by the commons in three successive sessions, whether of the same parliament or not, it may, on a third rejection by the lords, be presented for the king's assent, and on that assent being given, will become law. But two years must elapse between the first introduction of the bill and the date at which it passes the commons a third time.
3. Five years is substituted for seven years as the maximum duration of a parliament.

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