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Queen’s Speech

Asked if it was the case that the Queens speech was on December 3rd, and if so why, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) replied that that was the date that was chosen – the Queen’s speech was on December 6th in 2000, it was not a particularly unusual date to have the Queen’s speech.

Put that this implied a long overspill, the PMS replied that this was clearly a full legislative programme, but the date of December 3rd had been penciled in for some time and was announced a week or two ago.

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