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Lots of blah. If she spoke for her subjects it would be a powerful moment - aaaand there goes her gubmint subsidy! The constitutional power remains in all its glory, but forever muted.

There are specific bits of the speech that stand out from the blah. Please highlight according to your commonsense and/or prejudice.

http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/speeches-and-transcripts/2010/05/queens-speech-2010-2-50580

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Lots of blah. If she spoke for her subjects it would be a powerful moment - aaaand there goes her gubmint subsidy! The constitutional power remains in all its glory, but forever muted.

There are specific bits of the speech that stand out from the blah. Please highlight according to your commonsense and/or prejudice.

http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/speeches-and-transcripts/2010/05/queens-speech-2010-2-50580

I don't know about you but I saw a bit where Pollytonbee that idiotic champagne socialist witch, said on the BBC there is overwhelming support for ID cards. So did the ex Labour whip too that the British public were crying out for them and desparately wanted them.

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Why is this wrinkled old prune still the head of state?

Britain is a backwards country, claiming to be constitutional democracy, which needs to punt the monarchs and move on.

Was looking for the bits of the speech that mean something. Not a NuLab power-stab.

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