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The Commons did succeed in making some changes to the Court's procedure, however ; in 1394 the King assented to their request that victorious defendants in the Court have their costs recompensed from the other side, and in 1341 the King, on their application, allowed the Lord Chancellor to send cases directly to the common law courts, to avoid the common law judges having to waste time travelling.
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He did not mind the Line itself, which Churchill declared in the House of Commons, on February 27, 1945, he had always believed to be `` just and right '', but he did not want it called by a hated name.
In the House of Commons of the United Kingdom on January 19, 1996, health minister Gerald Malone noted that the title doctor had never been restricted to either medical practitioners or those with doctoral degrees in the UK, commenting that the word was defined by common usage but that the titles " physician, doctor of medicine, licentiate in medicine and surgery, bachelor of medicine, surgeon, general practitioner and apothecary " did have special protection in law.
Mr. Steel did not call the motion but Murray ( now Lord Murray, a former Senator of the College of Justice of Scotland ) agrees that the Commons still have the right to initiate an impeachment motion.
On other occasions, the Government alters its proposals in order to avoid defeat in the Commons, as Tony Blair's Government did in February 2006 over education reforms.
The House of Commons, which did not have a chamber of its own, sometimes held its debates in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey.
In 1974, Canadian New Democratic Party MP Max Saltsman tried to use his Private Member's Bill to create legislation to annex the islands to Canada, but it did not pass in the Canadian House of Commons.
Whereas the late King James the Second by the Assistance of diverse evill Councellors Judges and Ministers imployed by him did endeavour to subvert and extirpate the Protestant Religion and the Lawes and Liberties of this Kingdome ( list of grievances including ) ... by causing severall good Subjects being Protestants to be disarmed at the same time when Papists were both Armed and Imployed contrary to Law, ( Recital regarding the change of monarch ) ... thereupon the said Lords Spirituall and Temporall and Commons pursuant to their respective Letters and Elections being now assembled in a full and free Representative of this Nation takeing into their most serious Consideration the best meanes for attaining the Ends aforesaid Doe in the first place ( as their Auncestors in like Case have usually done ) for the Vindicating and Asserting their ancient Rights and Liberties, Declare ( list of rights including ) ... That the Subjects which are Protestants may have Arms for their Defence suitable to their Conditions and as allowed by Law.
Finally, this act amended section 51 of the British North America Act of 1867 to guarantee that no province would have fewer members of the House of Commons than it did senators.
Some sources incorrectly refer to the June 1982 speech before the British House of Commons as the " Evil Empire " speech, but while Reagan referred twice to totalitarianism in his London speech, the exact phrase " evil empire " did not appear in any speech until later in his Presidency.
It did not enjoy unanimous support from federal politicians, as some of them tried to kill it with a motion in the Canadian House of Commons.
Similarly, though Sir Winston Churchill was first elected in 1900, he did not become Father of the House until 1959 because he lost his seat in 1922, not returning to the Commons until 1924.
Callaghan's time as Prime Minister was dominated by the troubles in running a Government with a minority in the House of Commons: he was forced to make deals with minor parties in order to survive – including the Lib-Lab pact, and he had been forced to accept referendums on devolution in Scotland and Wales ( the former went in favour but did not reach the required majority, and the latter went heavily against ).
Sauvé did, however, find success in implementing reforms that professionalised the speaker's tasks of managing expenses and staff for the House of Commons, cutting back on the excess bureaucracy, personnel, overtime waste, and costs she discovered upon her installation.
It did not receive support for a guarantee of six members in the proposed House of Commons, and was denied an appropriation of $ 200, 000 that it felt had been offered at Charlottetown to assist in buying out the holdings of absentee landlords.
In 1999, MP Svend Robinson brought forward a failed proposal before the Canadian House of Commons that would have amended the Charter by removing the mention of God, as he felt it did not reflect Canada's diversity.
When he saw the Party growing too strong for him in the House of Commons, he prudently got himself made a Lord ; and as a Screen from all Objections against his Administration, quitted his Management of Commissioner, to serve as Auditor: But his Enemies did not quit him so, they followed him into the House of Peers with an Impeachment, and so left no Stone unturned, to get him out of his Employ, bespattering him every Day with Pamphlets.
He did his best to get King cashiered, and was one of the authors of the charge of high treason against him, which was presented to the House of Commons by some of the committee of Lincoln in August 1644.
The Anglo-Irish Treaty was further ratified on the Irish side on 14 January 1922 by " a meeting summoned for the purpose approving the Treaty of the members elected to sit in the House of Commons of Southern Ireland " The Treaty, in specifying a " meeting of members ", did not say that the Treaty needed to be approved by the House of Commons of Southern Ireland as such.
The House of Commons was moved by Roebuck to reverse the sentence, which it did 29 June by a majority of 46, after having heard from Palmerston on 25 June.
Instead Gladstone said in his speech in the Commons that he did not see why any man should not have the vote unless he was mentally incapacitated, but added that this would not come about unless the working class showed an interest in reform.
Charles did not dispute that Parliament as a whole did have some judicial powers, but he maintained that the House of Commons on its own could not try anybody, and so he refused to plead.
Commons and succeed
Later in 1944, Beveridge, who had recently joined the Liberal Party, was elected to the House of Commons in a by-election to succeed George Charles Grey, who had died on the battlefield in Normandy, France, on the first day of Operation Bluecoat on 30 July 1944.
In 1859 Campbell was made Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, possibly on the understanding that Bethell should succeed as soon as he could be spared from the House of Commons.
When Betty Boothroyd retired as Speaker of the House of Commons, McWilliam was one of the 12 candidates nominated to succeed her.
The Anti-Confederation Party won 18 of the 19 Nova Scotia seats in the new Canadian House of Commons in the 1867 general election, and 36 of the 38 seats in the Nova Scotia legislature, but did not succeed in achieving independence for Nova Scotia.
After Blaikie announced his retirement from the Canadian House of Commons in 2007, Maloway indicated he would seek the NDP nomination to succeed him in the federal Elmwood — Transcona riding.
When Turtle Mountain MLA Mervin Tweed resigned from the provincial legislature in 2004 ( to run for the Canadian House of Commons ), Cullen sought and won the Progressive Conservative nomination to succeed him.
Davitt resigned from the Commons again on 26 October 1899 with a prediction that no just cause could succeed there unless backed by massed agitation.
Agnes MacPhail, who introduced Brown to the floor of the House of Commons on 25 January 1940, was eventually recruited by the URM to succeed him, but she was defeated in the subsequent by-election later that year.
The mini-series ' emphasis is on his court, and his conflicts with Parliament-essentially the same issues which led to the Civil War between his father and the House of Commons, the politics of whom would succeed him-and his relationships with his family as well as his mistresses and illegitimate son James, Duke of Monmouth.
Commons and making
While the wealthy capitalists who controlled the House of Commons benefited from these monopolies, Parliament found it difficult to implement them because of the high cost of group decision making.
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A year later, the King appointed him First Lord of the Treasury, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Leader of the House of Commons making him the most powerful minister in the government.
Crossman, opening the debate on 19 November, said the government would reform the Lords in five ways: removing the voting rights of hereditary peers ; making sure no party had a permanent majority ; ensuring the government of the day usually passed its laws ; weakening the Lords ' powers to delay laws ; and abolishing the power to refuse subordinate legislation if it had been voted for by the Commons.
Government was at a loss as to how to reward him – until he inherited millions and obtained a seat in Parliament and " a taste for making inconvenient speeches in the House ( of Commons )".
It also may have made an ultimate battle to the death between Margaret and the House of York inevitable by making manifest Richard's dangerous popularity with the Commons.
Warwick had previously fought in France, was a former member of the House of Commons and subsequently the Privy Council, making him a strong leader.
In 1992 a number of MPs registered an official complaint about this practice, with some commenting that it " has undoubtedly been retained to deter honourable Members from raising points of order during divisions by making them appear ridiculous and feel acutely embarrassed ".< Ref > Early day motion 1623 In 1998 it was recommended that the opera hat be abandoned, since " although some Members may feel that they look particularly fetching in it, it makes the House of Commons look ridiculous when someone wearing the hat is trying to raise a point of order from a seated position while everyone else is milling around and going to vote.
Following a month of Parliamentary arguments between Manchester and Cromwell, with the former speaking in the House of Lords and the latter making his attacks in the House of Commons, the scene was set for a showdown.
Deploring the rising death rate from contagious diseases in the poorest parts of the city, in January 1876, Chamberlain forcibly purchased Birmingham's waterworks for a combined sum of £ 1, 350, 000, creating Birmingham Corporation Water Department, having declared to a House of Commons Committee that ' We have not the slightest intention of making profit ... We shall get our profit indirectly in the comfort of the town and in the health of the inhabitants '.
* In 1874, Joseph Gillis Biggar started making long speeches in the House of Commons to delay the passage of Irish coercion acts.
He was elected to the House of Commons at the 1992 general election for Ashfield, making his maiden speech on 20 May 1992, following the retirement of the sitting Labour MP, Frank Haynes.
The London Natural History Society has been surveying Bookham Commons for over 50 years, making it one of the best recorded sites for wildlife in south east England.
All entrants swore the same oath regardless of category, and some Fellows were permitted to dine in Clerks ' Commons as it cost less, making it difficult for academics to sometimes distinguish between the two — indeed Walker, the editor of the Black Books, maintains that the two categories were one and the same.
However, the latter nonetheless issues their work under Creative Commons Share Alike 3. 0 standard, making entire books freely available on the Internet for access, reprint, and redistribution, making their " non-free " status somewhat irrelevant from the point of view of someone who merely wants to read them.
He then went further, winning in the 1972 federal election a seat in the House of Commons as the Liberal Party representative for Westmorland-Kent, paving the way for his appointment as the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans in the Cabinet chaired by Trudeau ; LeBlanc served in this position for most of the period between 1974 and 1982, making him Canada's longest-serving fisheries minister.
At a meeting of the Carlton Club on 15 July, Salisbury announced his plan for making the government introduce a Seats ( or Redistribution ) Bill in the Commons whilst at the same time delaying a Franchise Bill in the Lords.
Charles Pelham Villiers ( 3 January 1802 – 16 January 1898 ) was a British lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1835 to 1898, making him the longest-serving Member of Parliament ( MP ).
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Thus, Whig ideas of the commons growing in authority as against royal power are somewhat simplistic-the Crown used the Commons as and when it found it advantageous to do so, and the speakership was part of the process of making the Commons a more cohesive, defined and effective instrument of the king's government.
Moreover parliament was so far from pressing disendowment that on the petition of the House of Commons it passed a savage act against the heresies commonly called Lollardry which aimed at the destruction of the king and all temporal estates, making Lollards felons and ordering every justice of the peace to hunt down their schools, conventicles, congregations and confederacies.
* On 8 December 2005, when referring to the economic record of the Conservatives in the 1980s, making the remark, " The only thing that was growing then were the lines of coke in front of boy George and the rest of the Tories ", a reference to allegations originally published in the Sunday Mirror of cocaine use by the Shadow Chancellor, George Osborne ( though, in the Commons, Skinner referred to the News of the World ).