Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II delivered a speech in the upper house of Parliament on Monday setting out the British government’s work plan for next year.
It is understood the work plan includes 30 bills, focusing on a comprehensive overhaul of the UK’s workforce training and reform planning laws.
The government said the plan for next year was focused on recovering the UK economy from the blow of the new crown and providing fair employment and development opportunities across the UK.
Health Secretary Matthew Hancock said the government was also “focusing on a long-term plan to strengthen and reform the social security system.”
The Queen’s Speech is part of a parliamentary reboot and the queen’s first major event since the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, last month.