The Queen of England reads the government policy outline and talks about vaccination and economic planning
China News Service, May 11, according to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) report, on the 11th local time, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom attended the opening ceremony of the new parliament and read out the government’s policy outline, involving environmental protection, employment, and medical care. And economic issues. This is the Queen’s first major public event after the death of her husband, Prince Philip.
p > Elizabeth II said that the government’s primary task is to allow the UK to “recover from the new crown pandemic”, which will “increase opportunities across the UK, support employment, business development and economic growth, and address the pandemic’s impact on public services.” .
She said: “The government will protect the health of the people, continue the vaccination program, and provide additional funds to support the National Health Service (NHS).”
The Queen also introduced the government’s plan to invest and improve the country’s infrastructure. She announced that the high-speed rail bill will be adopted to promote the reform of rail and bus connections. Eight new free ports will be introduced to create trade centers and help rebuild communities.
In terms of education, the Queen announced that the government will legislate to support life-long skills guarantees so that people can obtain high-quality education and training throughout their lives.
The British government will also help more people own their own houses, while “enhancing the rights of renters.”
Speaking of environmental issues, the Queen said that the government will invest in new green industries to create jobs. She reiterated Britain’s commitment to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, and looked forward to the Climate Conference to be held in Glasgow later this year.
In addition, the Queen also mentioned the Cyber Security Act, the protection of women’s rights, and overseas assistance programs.