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United Kingdom government confident of deal with N. Ireland's DUP - Hammond

23 June 2017

Instead of wearing the heavy crown, it was carried by an officer of state.

"We recognise the problem that there is in relation to energy bills", she told MPs in the Queen's Speech debate.

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"There's not enough in it to last one year, ' he said".

Of the 27 proposed bills put forth in the speech, almost a third pertain to the U.K.'s departure from the European Union.

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The speech says: "This will be complemented by legislation to ensure that the United Kingdom makes a success of Brexit, establishing new national policies on immigration, global sanctions, nuclear safeguards, agriculture, and fisheries".

She told parliament that the government's priority is to secure the best possible deal as the country leaves the European Union and listed a series of domestic priorities.

"What we are asking for is recognition by the Government that after 30 years of a very violent conflict in Northern Ireland when the capital resources were spent on security - on police stations, fortifications, military establishments - our infrastructure fell well behind the rest of the United Kingdom".

In other respects, her speech - which is shaped by the governing party's priorities - was notable for what it left out entirely.

In its manifesto, released ahead of the General Election on June 8, the Conservative Party had pledged to reduce the main rate of corporation tax to 17 percent by 2020 from its current rate of 19 percent.

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Theresa May had invited the half-Scottish tycoon who became America's 45th president, when she visited him in Washington in January, shortly after his inauguration.

The remarks are written by the prime minister and her staff. And, whatever the proposals, a minority Government may have bother getting them through.

The Belfast North MP said the economic outlook of Northern Ireland would be "easier to predict" with "stable" government both in Belfast and Westminster. She described the support on the ground after the Grenfell Tower blaze as "not good enough", and said that it failed to help people when they needed it the most.

"The President has tremendous respect for Prime Minister May".

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Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition Labour Party, whose surprisingly strong election performance damaged May, called the speech "thin gruel".