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Queen’s speech, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishQueen’s speech, thethe Queen’s speechˌQueen’s ˈspeech, the  a speech given by the Queen at the official opening of the British Parliament each year, usually in October. The speech is actually written by the government, and it gives details of the government’s plans for the next year, including the new laws it intends to make.
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