• The power of discretionary disqualification by one law of Parliament, and the necessity of paying every debt of the Civil List by another law of Parliament, if suffered to pass unnoticed, must establish such a fund of rewards and terrors as will make Parliament the best appendage and support of arbitrary power that ever was invented by the wit of man.

    Edmund Burke (2005). “Burke, Select Works”, p.73, The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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