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The Queen will miss the State Opening of parliament for first time in almost 60 years

Priti Patel, home secretary, speaking in favor of the overhaul, said: “Law-abiding, responsible most had enough of anti-social subversive protests held out self-righteous minority who seems to be enjoying in causing mayhem and misery for rest of us.

“The Public Order Bill will give police powers they need pinch down on this is disgusting behavior and ensure British public can live their lives uninterrupted.”

Telegraph can also show what new measures will announced to force P&O and other ferry companies will pay staff on board sends the UK minimum wage.

The offer will create a legal obligation on ports to do sure vessels that arrive – which could also turn on cruise ships and tankers – pay the minimum wage, with sanctions for UK ports and shipping operators who do not obey rules.

Other expected announcements will be removed as part of a new downing street focus on Tory policy, i.e. imports of foie gras and furs. bans will be abandoned.

The speech is not expected to include new measures to combat cost of alive despite the Tory strategists warning it will dominate issue in next general elections.

Any changes Tax levels and spending will have to wait until the fall budget, according to Treasury Department sources, though Mr Johnson hopes other non-fiscal moves may be announced before.

But the prime minister will talk about the scale of in cost of a life challenge and need to help affected in his speech.

Mr. Johnson is expected to say, “We will get the country through the aftershocks.” of COVID-19 just how we got through covid, with every ounce of ingenuity and compassion and hard work.

“Urgently pressing on with our mission create high-paying, highly skilled jobs that drive economic growth throughout our United Kingdom.

“This is a long-term sustainable solution for alleviating the burden on family and business.

The queen is holding up with busy diary

The Palace has previously said the Queen hopes to read her usual speech at the opening of Parliament. on Tuesday but said final confirmation would only be given on day.

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