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The Salisbury Doctrine, or "Convention" as it is sometimes called ensures that major Government Bills can get through the House of Lords when the Government of the day has no majority in the Lords. In practice, it means that the Lords does not try to vote down at second or third reading, a Government Bill mentioned in an election manifesto.

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