The Queen did not mention GRA reform in her speech


The Queen has made a speech about the government priorities on Monday, October 14. And LGBT activists strongly disliked that fact that according to Her Majesty there is no place for the Gender Recognition Act reform among the priorities of the British government. The speech, which is written by ministers but delivered by the Queen from a throne, will be debated for around five days. Parliament will then have the chance to vote on the government’s proposals. The legislative plan was made up of 26 bills, mainly focusing on delivering Brexit by October 31, the NHS and crime. In the official briefing for the bills outlined in the Queen’s Speech, prime minister Boris Johnson wrote: “This is a program that will set our country on a new, upwards trajectory. At its heart is a new vision for Britain.”


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