Oil, smoking and football
The 21 laws unveiled in King's Speech
King Charles has delivered the UK's first King's Speech in 70 years, setting out Rishi Sunak's legislative plans for the upcoming year.

As part of the prime minister's pledge to make 'long-term decisions for a brighter future', he set out plans to eventually ban cigarettes and new leaseholds, as well as to drill for fresh oil in the North Sea.

This King's Speech - likely the last before a general election - is perhaps the prime minister's biggest chance to win over voters before he and other party leaders publish their manifestos.
7th November 2023
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