Cameron and Clegg unveil coalition's 'bold' finale
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have sought to present a united front as they set out their plans for the coalition's final year in power.
Pensions took centre stage in an 11 bill programme, with changes to annuities and workplace schemes.
Voters will also get limited powers to boot out misbehaving MPs and fracking firms will get new drilling rights.
Labour sources said it was "staggering" that the NHS and immigration were not mentioned in the Queen's Speech.
James Landale reports.
04 Jun 2014
- From the section UK