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This briefing provides information on the following:

  •  Finance Bill;
  •  Chief Executive of the Financial Conduct Authority;
  •  Draft Energy Bill;
  •  Wildlife Bill (Law Commission Bill);
  •  Wild Animals in Circuses Bill;
  •  Local Government Finance;
  •  Preventing Homelessness;
  •  Planning;
  •  Buses Bill;
  •  High Speed Rail; and
  •  Railways Bill

This briefing has been prepared in advance of the Queen’s Speech based on Government commitments and speculative reports about what legislative proposals may be included; it does not constitute official information about the Government’s intentions or provide a complete list of bills to be announced.

Available separately are further briefings for each day’s debate on the Queen’s Speech. For further reading or more detailed information, Members are encouraged to contact the Library’s Research Desk.


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