Whenever the House of Lords is unwilling to agree to an amendment or to amendments which the House of Commons has made to a bill, it appoints a committee to meet forthwith and prepare reasons for such disagreement. The committee reports the reasons to the House and the House agrees to them, after which they are submitted to the Commons by means of a message
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