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  • So here we have the new Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland, who has the speech in his ceremonial purse well presented to the Queen, steps back one on, then turns around my lords and members of the House of Commons.

  • My government's priority has always bean to secure the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union On the 31st of October, my government intends to work towards a new partnership with the European Union based on free trade and friendly cooperation.

  • My ministers will work to implement new regimes for fisheries, agriculture and trade, seizing the opportunities that arise from leaving the European Union on immigration bill.

  • Ending free movement will lay the foundation for a fair modern global immigration system.

  • My government remains committed to ensuring that resident European citizens were built their lives in and contributed so much to the United Kingdom have the right to remain.

  • The bill will include measures that reinforce this commitment.

  • Steps will be taken to provide certainty, stability, a new opportunities for the financial services and legal sectors.

  • My government's new economic plan will be underpinned by a responsible fiscal strategy investing in economic growth while maintaining the sustainability of the public finances.

  • Measures will be brought forward to support and strengthen the National Health Service, its workforce and resources, enabling it to deliver the highest quality care.

  • New laws will be taken forward to help implement the National Health Service's long term plan in England and to establish an independent body to investigate serious health care incidents.

  • My government will bring forward proposals to reform adult social care in England to ensure dignity in old age.

  • My ministers will continue work to reform the Mental Health Act to improve, respectful and care off.

  • There's receiving treatment.

  • My government is committed to addressing violent crime and to strengthening public confidence in the criminal justice system.

  • New sentencing laws will see that the most serious offenders spend longer in custody to reflect better.

  • The severity of the crimes measures will be introduced to improve the justice system's response.

  • Two foreign national offenders My government will work to improve safety and security in prisons and to strengthen the rehabilitation of offenders.

  • Proposals will be brought forward to ensure that victims receive the support they need on the justice they deserve.

  • Laws will be introduced to ensure that the parole system recognizes the pain victims and their families caused by offenders refusing to disclose information relating to their crimes.

  • A new duty will be placed on public sector bodies, ensuring they work together to address serious violence.

  • Police officers will be provided with the protections they need to keep the population safe.

  • They would also be awarded the power to arrest individuals who are wanted by trusted international partners.

  • My government will bring forward measures to protect individuals, families and their homes.

  • Legislation will transform the approach of the justice system on other agencies to victims of domestic abuse and minimize the impact of divorce, particularly on Children.

  • My ministers will continue to develop proposals to improve Internet safety and will bring forward lost implement new building safety standards.

  • My ministers will ensure that all young people have access to an excellent education, unlocking their full potential and preparing them from the world of work.

  • My government will take steps to make work fairer, introducing measures that will support those working hard to help people plan for the future.

  • Measures will be brought forward to provide simpler oversight of pension savings to protect people savings for later life.

  • New laws will provide greater powers to tackle irresponsible management of private pension schemes.

  • To ensure that the benefits of a prospering economy reach every corner of the United Kingdom, my ministers will bring forward a national infrastructure strategy.

  • This will set out a long term vision to improve the nation's digital transport on energy infrastructure.

  • New legislation will help accelerate the delivery of fast, reliable and secure broadband networks to millions of holes on aviation.

  • Bill will provide for the effective and efficient management of the United Kingdom's airspace.

  • Proposals on railway reform will be brought forward.

  • A white paper will publish be published to set out my government's ambitions for unleashing regional potential in England and to enable decisions that affect local people to be made at a local level.

  • My government is committed to establishing the United Kingdom as a world leader in scientific capability and space technology.

  • Increased investment in science will be complemented by the development of a new funding agency, a more open visa system on an ambitious national space strategy.

  • I'm ministers remain committed to protecting and improving the environment for future generations.

  • For the first time, environmental principles will be enshrined in law, measures will be introduced to improve air and water quality, tackle plastic pollution and restore habitats so plants and wildlife can thrive.

  • Legislation will also create new, legally binding environmental improvement targets.

  • A new world leading independent regulator will be established in statute description, eyes, environmental policy and law, investigate complaints and take enforcement action.

  • Proposals will also be brought forward to promote and protect the welfare of animals, including banning imports from trophy hunting.

  • The integrity and prosperity of the union that binds the four nations of the United Kingdom is of the utmost importance to my government.

  • My ministers will bring forward measures to support citizens across all the nations of the United Kingdom.

  • My government remains committed to working with all parties in Northern Ireland to support the return of devolved government and to address the legacy of the past.

  • My government will take steps to protect the integrity of democracy and the electoral system in the United Kingdom.

  • My government will continue to invest in our gallant armed forces.

  • My ministers would honor the Armed Forces Covenant and the NATO commitment to spend at least 2% of national income on defense as the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, my government will ensure that it continues to play a leading role in global affairs, defending its interests and promoting its values.

  • My government will be at the forefront of efforts to solve the most complex international security issues.

  • It will champion global free trade and work alongside international partners to solve the most pressing global challenges.

  • It will prioritize tackling climate change and ensuring that all girls have access to 12 years of quality education.

  • Members of the House of Commons estimates for the public services will be laid before you, my lords and members of the House of Commons.

  • Other measures will be laid before you.

  • I pray that the blessing of Almighty God may rest upon your councils.

  • The Lord Chancellor approaches Her Majesty and takes the delivery of the speech.

  • Puts it back in theatre Shal purse.

  • Onder makes his way back down the steps.

  • The Queen, having delivered the Queen's Speech to open this new session of Parliament in 2019 Prince of Wales, looking on next to Her Majesty and the pages of honor are now ready for the procession back to the robing room where the Queen will prepare to leave the Palace of Westminster on return to Buckingham Palace.

  • Members of the judiciary very prominent in the House of Lords today on the bishops to we saw glimpses of them earlier, including the former bishop of London, Dr Richard Chartres, and others also taking their places on.

  • Many former government ministers from the House of Commons, of course, who have become life peers with a wealth of experience in terms of parliamentary and political affairs have seen many of these ceremonies in the past.

  • And we spoke to two of them earlier.

  • Lord Fowler, who is here today and a day Margaret Beckett, who is still in the House of Commons.

  • So is the crown is being carried out.

  • My guests are still with me here.

  • Let's stay on the pictures.

  • But I'll bring in my colleague Laura Ginsberg, our political editor, just for a thought there on the content off the speech that the queen has just delivered a very long shopping list.

  • Of all the things that Boris Johnson would like to do, some of them very much bread and butter issues, whether that's more funding for schools or trying to spend more money on the NHS or coming up with at long last a new way of organizing care for the elderly, which is something that successive governments have struggled to grapple with.

  • But the unsaid reality, of course, as well as that shopping list, is that the biggest question hanging over is what Her Majesty said with great certainty at the beginning of the speech.

  • We will be leaving the European Union at the end of this month.

  • There's no way that anyone in this square mile could be sure that that will happen on whether it happens and how it happens is a much bigger influence than anything we've just heard being said.

  • That was literally the first sentence off the speech, indeed, because it's the government's first priority.

  • But there is nothing at this stage that the government is setting out in legislation that will either make that less orm or likely that will all come down.

  • First of all, to the outcome of talks this week in Brussels, and then what parliament does with either a deal or lack of one in the next few days.

  • And with Aziz, moments of history unfold in front of us, something much more unusual at this weekend.

  • We expect parliament to be gathering to try to make head or tail of what actually happens fixed after be on Saturday.

  • Of course, Aziz, you were mentioning earlier.

  • Laura.

  • That will be the first Saturday sitting in nearly 40 years.

  • The MPs are now making their way back to the House of Commons.

  • Is the queen mix away into the robing room on having listened to that speech?

  • Lots of them, including many backbenchers making their way back down there.

  • But there, of course, of venture.

  • Rose had some tokens.

  • They're two speakers, chaplain next to the prime minister Rush back to the Commons chamber because, of course, the debate on the queen's speech will start in short, wild sore.

So here we have the new Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland, who has the speech in his ceremonial purse well presented to the Queen, steps back one on, then turns around my lords and members of the House of Commons.

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