London, November 4 (EFE). – King Charles III will deliver a speech to the British Parliament next Tuesday in which he predicts a “better future” for the United Kingdom, with new laws aimed at achieving economic growth, he announced. Today Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
The so-called King’s Speech, which lists the government’s legislative priorities before the House of Commons when it opens for the 2023-24 session, will focus on unveiling “the right laws, where needed, to protect the UK’s prosperity, and maximize the economy”. Opportunities and a better future.”
The measures set out in the traditional speech “will add to the Prime Minister’s (Rishi Sunak) priority of growing the economy, protecting energy independence, ensuring the UK fully secures the benefits of Brexit and building a more competitive environment for businesses taking advantage of new technologies,” Palacio said.
These measures will become known weeks before next autumn’s announcement, which is scheduled to be presented on the 22nd of this month, when British Economy Minister Jeremy Hunt will review before Parliament the details of the executive’s budget for the coming months.
“This will be the King’s first speech in 70 years, and the legislation we will introduce is part of our plan to build a better future for the next 70 years,” Sunak said in the statement.
According to the Conservative Party leader, by taking the necessary steps to halve inflation and reduce debt, this country will enact legislation “to grow the economy, support innovative companies and protect consumers.”
“To bring about the real change this country needs, we will introduce bills that strengthen our society, help citizens feel safe in their communities and give a sense of pride to the place they call home,” Sunak said.
The statement notes that in addition to the government’s commitment to creating a “better future for citizens,” the king’s speech will also include a package of measures focused on strengthening society. Evie
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