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The new session of Parliament opens today, heralding what could be a turbulent year of politics culminating in a general election.
Jonathan Dimbleby is at the Palace of Westminster to describe the scene as HM the Queen announces her government's plans. He is joined by Peter Jenkins , political columnist of The Independent, for analysis of the Queen's Speech and its implications for the political parties. Producer David France
ContributorsUnknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: Peter Jenkins
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As a new five-year term of Parliament gets under way, the Conservatives, and the Opposition
Parties, congregate in the House of Lords for the Queen's Speech. Jonathan Dimbleby is at the Palace of Westminster to describe the scene as Her Majesty the Queen formally announces her
Government's plans. Chief Political Correspondent
John Sargent analyses the speech and discusses its implications.
Producer David France
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rhe scene is described as Her Majesty :he Queen formally announces her Sovemment's plans for the coming year. Producer David France