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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

not only what Bills are actually before them, but what ought to be before them. They would be of use to the minister for strengthening his hands when dealing with the department. They would provide in their personnel suitable sources for committees of investigation, for international and other conferences, and for future ministers. Such committees, moreover, would be suitable for that supervision of ministerial regulations and Orders in Council which the Committee on Ministers' Powers regarded as necessary.
Finally, there are several ways by which time can be saved. The ridiculous waste involved in the practice of walking through the lobbies to record votes, the counting of which often takes half an hour, could be remedied by quite simple mechanical devices. The multiplication of full-dress debates on financial legislation could be reduced by the elimination of the first stage taken in committee of the whole House. And there are opportunities of time-saving available also in a reduction of the pure formalities in which the House indulges.(1)

1 For these and others see, Dr. W. I. Jennings, Parliamentary Reform.

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