Either House of Parliament, should it deem it expedient, may prohibit the publication of its proceedings. By standing orders the House of Lords declares that the printing or publishing of anything relating to the proceedings of the House is subject to the privileges of the House1. Upon many occasions in the past, the House of Commons declared the publication of its proceedings without the authority of the House to be a breach of privilege2. However, in 1971 it resolved that 'notwithstanding the resolution of the House of 3 March 1762 and other such
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