Houses of Parliament

  1. the building in which the House of Commons and the House of Lords meet
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How To Use Houses of Parliament In A Sentence

  • Few commentators have noted the provision for women's seats in both houses of parliament.
  • We accept that a time will come when the houses of parliament and the government will have to agree a final form of the bill that is less than ideal.
  • The only other interesting place in the Houses of Parliament is the Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-14
  • A trip up the Thames from Southend-On-Sea to the Houses of Parliament provides him with many fine opportunities to indulge in his own idiosyncratic brand of taradiddles and horseplay.
  • Under the constitution, the Czech president is elected by a majority in both houses of parliament.
  • Ideally, the president of the GMC would present the annual report in public, before a committee of both houses of parliament.
  • The last time that an Australian government had a majority in both houses of Parliament was 24 years ago, a generation in the standard reckoning but lifetimes away by some measures.
  • IT is an abominable, insidious, and wholly unnecessary piece of legislation that ought never to have been conceived, far less passed by both Houses of Parliament and put into the statute books of this country.
  • A dissolution in those circumstances would not merely have involved the measure under discussion, but if the Government of that day had received the support of the electors at the poll their victory must have carried with it that settlement and reform of the relations between the two Houses of Parliament which is necessary to secure the effective authority of the House of Commons. Liberalism and the Social Problem
  • This is more of an information piece than a political endorsement but it will be interesting to see how the impressively militant action outside the Houses of Parliament translates into votes. is running to become a Member of the European Parliament. Mac Uaid
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