The Crown exercises its initiative by the Speech from the Throne at the opening of Parliament1, by message or by recommendation2. In its standing orders the House of Commons has recognised the Crown's right of initiating financial measures by refusing to entertain any petition or motion for a charge upon the revenue or for releasing or compounding any sum of money owing to the Crown unless it has been recommended by the Crown3, and has further provided that any charge upon the revenue, including any provision for releasing or compounding any sum of money owing to the Crown, must
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