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Artist or CreatorDave Brown
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Published byThe Independent
Date14 May 1997
FormatPhotocopy
Embedded text or transcriptGive one a small minimum wage ... A free-vote Fox Burger ... Extra privacy law ... Hold the Lords reform ... And an open Govt. bill on ice to go!
Tony's Drive-in Policy-u-like
Press
Speak
Liz 'n' Phil
Person DepictedBlair; Anthony Charles Lynton (Tony) (1953-)
Elizabeth II (1926-); Queen of Great Britain,
NotesNews: The Queen's Speech promised the establishment of a low-pay commission to fix a nationa; minimum wage. There was no mention of hunting in the Queen's Speech but the Government undertook in its election manifesto to hold a "free vote" on whether all hunting with dogs should be banned. A Bill to extend the courts' jurisdiction to cover any decisions by government bodies alleged to infringe the European Convention on Human Rights such as the right to a fair trial, to family life, privacy or freedom of expression. Left out were proposals to reform the Lords, expected in the second Labour session. A White Paper on the Freedom of Information will be prepared.
Subjectsqueens
Labour Party
Speeches
policy
thrones
reforms
State Openings of Parliament
fast food
prime ministers
Copyright contact detailsdavebrowntoons@btinternet.com
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