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Moreover, May ditched some of her most controversial campaign pledges and suggested she was willing to soften her approach to leaving the European Union.The focus on Brexit was clear as eight of 27 bills outlined in the Queen’s Speech dealt with the technicalities of ending Britain’s membership in the EU The speech is written by the government and delivered by the monarch at the ceremonial opening of each new Parliament The prime minister in comments delivered after the speech promised to work with "humility and resolve" to overcome the divisions in Britain "We will do what is in the national interest and we will work with anyone in any party that is prepared to do the same" she said The Queen’s speech The 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth II went ahead with the ceremonial opening of Parliament despite the announcement that her husband Prince Philip was in the hospital Buckingham Palace said Philip 96 was hospitalised as a precaution for treatment of an infection Signalling the importance of Brexit negotiations with the EU set to continue until the spring of 2019 the speech set out the government’s program for two years rather than one File image of Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip AP The state opening of parliament by Queen Elizabeth II came after a string of tragedies which have shaken the nation and the election on 8 June in which May’s Conservatives saw their parliamentary majority wiped out The queen at an occasion shorn of its usual pageantry read out the watered-down list of proposed legislation and lawmakers will then spend the next few days debating before bringing it to a vote According to The Guardian the Queen’s speech "included a series of pro-consumer measures that the government hopes will command popular support among MPs including a surprise pledge that tenants will not have to pay more than one month’s rent as a deposit" Theresa May’s approach The enfeebled premier who is still locked in difficult talks with a Northern Irish party to prop up her administration said her programme was about seizing opportunities offered by Brexit The queen said: "My government’s priority is to secure the best possible deal as the country leaves the European Union" She said her government would seek "to build the widest possible consensus on the country’s future outside the European Union" amid divisions within May’s own cabinet over the best strategy Business leaders reacted positively to the change of tone in the speech and Corbyn said he also hoped for a Brexit deal "that puts jobs and the economy first" File image of Theresa May Reuters The speech announced no fewer than eight bills to implement Brexit and new legislation aimed at tackling extremist content online after the terror attacks According to a report in Mirror May’s speech did not mention the Counter-Extremism Bill which was promised in the 2015 Tories’ Queen’s Speech But the speech was notable also for what it did not contain There was no mention of May’s hugely controversial invitation to US President Donald Trump to come on a state visit Also absent were key pledges the Conservatives had given in their manifesto for the recent election which analysts said had bombed with the electorate —such as reform of social care for the elderly and more shake-ups in schools In remarks following the speech May acknowledged government failings in helping victims of a massive fire in a west London tower block on 14 June 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 "As prime minister I apologise for that failure" she said There was no mention two of May’s controversial promise to allow a parliamentary vote to repeal a ban on fox hunting which angered left-wingers May called the snap general election in a bid to strengthen her mandate heading into the Brexit talks But the plan spectacularly backfired leaving her with a minority government that is now trying to form a majority with Northern Ireland’s ultra-conservative Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) May has resisted calls to resign and is hoping for the support of the DUP’s 10 MPs to boost her tally of 317 seats in the 650-seat parliament but a deal has proved elusive so far "We are doing what is in the national interest which is forming a government to address the challenges that face this country at the moment" May said But a DUP source said a deal was "certainly not imminent" as the talks "haven’t proceeded in a way that the DUP would have expected" and cautioned that the party "can’t be taken for granted" Even with DUP backing the government would command only a tiny majority and just a few rebel MPs could be enough to undermine it fatally Jeremy Corbyn calls May’s speech ‘threadbare’ File image of Jeremy Corbyn AP Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn denounced the speech arguing that May had delivered a "threadbare" program devoid of new ideas Even before news of Prince Philip’s illness the government had announced that the speech would be delivered with less pageantry than usual as a result of the timing of the snap election Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he was ready to step in and build a rival government — although he and other opposition parties lack the collective numbers to bring down May "This is a government without a majority without a mandate without a serious legislative programme led by a prime minister who’s lost her political authority" Corbyn told parliament "Labour is not merely an opposition We are a government in waiting" he said during hours of heated debate in which May fended off calls to resign Anger towards May The Times branded May’s administration the "stumbling husk of a zombie government" and said she was now "so weak that she cannot arbitrate between squabbling cabinet ministers" "Downing Street is a vacuum" the newspaper said two days after Britain and the EU formally started their Brexit negotiations May could be forced to resign if she loses the vote expected on 29 June just as the country embarks on highly sensitive negotiations for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union After four terror attacks and a deadly tower block blaze that have darkened the national mood in the past three months anti-government campaigners also staged "Day of Rage" protests that converged outside parliament "Bring Down The Government" "Austerity Kills" and "You Can’t Trust Her" read some of the placards A banner said "We Need Justice For Grenfell Tower" —a reference to the tower block fire last week in which 79 people died prompting criticism of budget cuts and officials for ignoring warnings about fire safety risks With inputs from agencies Written by Swati Mahajan | Chandigarh | Published: April 24 2016 10:14 am Related News AFTER A two-year fight to get his matriculation certificate amended a 19-year-old has finally got relief from the district court The court directed the defendant to change the name of the plaintiff from Amit to Amit Dahiya and his mother’s name from Rajesh to Rajeshwari The court further asked the defendant to comply with the order within a period of two months After making several unsuccessful attempts to get the certificate corrected Amit Dahiya a resident of Sector 35 had moved court with a request to direct Shivalik Public School Sector 41 to change his and his mother’s name on the certificate The plaintiff stated in the petition that he was born on May 20 1996 and as per records of the Government of India his name is Amit Dahiya and his mother’s name is Rajeshwari which is depicted in the several records such as voter ID Aadhaar card and birth certificate of the plaintiff Share This Article Related Article Amit Dahiya informed the court that he came to know about the mistake while applying for a passport in 2014 After coming to know about the mistake his father gave an application on October 18 2014 to the school for change of his name as well as his mother’s name in the matriculation certificate In its reply Shivalik Public School admitted that plaintiff had filed an application on October 18 2014 for change of his name as well as his mother’s name in matriculation certificate The said application was forwarded on October 20 2014 to the CBSE by the school The school stated that the CBSE dismissed the said application on August 25 2015 by stating that change is only allowed if the same is admitted by court of law The school admitted that name of plaintiff is Amit Dahiya as per documents attached The court ruled: “There are sufficient documents on record to show bonafide case of plaintiff and nothing contrary to the documents has been placed on record by Shivalik Public School The plaintiff has successfully discharged the onus leveled upon him and it has been proved that name of plaintiff is Amit Dahiya and the name of his mother is Rajeshwari” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Updated: April 7 2016 2:00 pm From a professor to a pharmaceutical executive the convicts Related News Till Tuesday 37-year-old Muzammil Ansari who faced the possibility of the harshest punishment after being found guilty of 18 charges had a strange request to make to the media? once spiking to nearly 50 times what would be permitted in California. and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent. amalgamating their Indianness with a broader view of the world. leading to lower congestion and pollution. during peak commuting hours or severe weather conditions, He became the only athlete to break the 1:41 minute mark in an 800m race.
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