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Queen’s speech

The Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) began by telling the assembled press that the main item discussed at Cabinet that morning was the Queen’s Speech. Asked about the contents of the speech, the PMS said that the draft of the Queen’s speech set out a large number of potential Bills on which there would then be consultation, as well as consultation on the overall package itself. For the first time the Government had given an indication of what Bills were being considered and what the likely content of those Bills would be, in advance of the actual Queen’s speech next week.

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