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for the first time since nineteen ninety six a queen speech to set the stage for conservative rule headline bill addressing britain status within the e. u. always station will be introduced to provide for her enough to referendum on membership , of the european union , before the end of twenty seventeen , with its passage what i showed given labor's recent backing much a key decision making will likely take place outside westminster as david cameron looks to cool the east circuit for a better deal but with the official opening of parliament comes the promise of a very busy year for employees , measures for further scottish devolution and offers of powers for english regions make this speech laden with constitutional reform legislation to cut taxes for lower and is ease red tape for small businesses and tackle the threat of extremism offering more meaty bills to be debated in parliament , david cameron hoping the public agrees , the next five years my government legislation the interests of everyone in our country , they've already alleging the rhetoric we very different from reality , the prime minister may have secured the first queen speech for tory government in almost twenty years , still sits on the tenuous majority of just twelve seats the most telling sign of their perilous position , the british bill of rights that would scrap the he runs out to repatriate decision making from europe to british courts now push back proving highly contentious with conservative back benches as well as across the political divide now it's just a proposal rather than a draw floor table for discussion , for the first year in charge , served his appeal eager to avoid the embarrassment of the bill not even passing their own party stress test