Boris Johnson on Tuesday pledged to channel the “extraordinary spirit” shown by the British people during the Covid pandemic into remaking the country as he proposed more than two dozen new laws . The Prime Minister put rebuilding the UK after a year battling Covid, and strengthening the Union amid the spectre of Scottish independence , as the central themes of his Queen’s Speech. Many of the proposed Bills expected to be tabled in the next year are an attempt to deliver on Conservative manifesto promises made during the 2019 election campaign, in which he secured a historic majority. Speaking about the pandemic, Mr Johnson said: “It has shown – if there was any doubt – that deep wells of talent, kindness, ingenuity and resourcefulness exist in every village, town and city of the United Kingdom. “The Government’s task is to mobilise that extraordinary spirit, matching talent with opportunity and unleashing our nation’s full potential.” Freedom of speech at universities Freedom of speech at universities will be protected by a new law , which Gavin Williamson, the Education Secretary, said will end “the chilling effect of censorship on campus once and for all”. Universities in England could face fines if… Read full this story
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