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Queen’s Speech Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament

The Queen’s Speech is the speech that the Queen reads out in the Lords Chamber on the occasion of the State Opening of Parliament. It sets out the programme of legislation that the Government intend to pursue in the forthcoming parliamentary session.


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