Brexit to dominate legislative agenda

Electric vehicles and smart meters are to get some parliamentary attention over the next two years but the demands of leaving the EU will take up most time

by Isabella Kaminski
The Queen’s Speech, delivered at the state opening of parliament, was uncharacteristically thin on domestic policies. Photograph: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The Queen’s Speech, delivered at the state opening of parliament, was uncharacteristically thin on domestic policies. Photograph: Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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