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Queen Elizabeth II sets out U.K. legislative agenda

By Bloomberg
14 October 2019   |   1:42 pm
Queen Elizabeth II sets out the U.K. government's agenda during the State Opening of Parliament in Westminster, London. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's domestic policies focus on passing Brexit, healthcare investment, tackling violent crime and increasing wages for the lowest paid.

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