LONDON, Could 10 (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Charles set out the federal government’s legislative agenda on Tuesday, outlining Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s return to his election pledges to deal with regional inequalities throughout Britain and maximise its post-Brexit freedoms.
The speech set out 38 payments, together with measures to shake up the audit market, crack down on illicit finance and to make the Metropolis extra engaging to world traders post-Brexit.
“Her Majesty’s authorities’s precedence is to develop and strengthen the economic system and assist ease the price of dwelling for households,” Charles advised parliament, studying a speech on behalf of Queen Elizabeth, who pulled out of the ceremony attributable to mobility points.
“Her Majesty’s authorities will drive financial development to enhance dwelling requirements and fund sustainable funding in public companies. This can be underpinned by a accountable method to the general public funds, decreasing debt whereas reforming and slicing taxes.” (Reporting by Kylie MacLellan. Modifying by Andrew MacAskill)