Lords concludes Queen's Speech debate

04 June 2015

The House of Lords completed its debate on the government’s plans for the year ahead, as set out in the Queen’s Speech, on Thursday 4 June.

Different subject areas were debated each day following State Opening. The debate lasted for five days after the day of the ceremony.

Thursday 5 June - business, economic affairs and transport

Wednesday 3 June - health, education, welfare and culture

Tuesday 2 June - home affairs, local government, energy, environment and agriculture

Monday 1 June - constitutional affairs, legal affairs and devolved affairs

Thursday 28 May - foreign affairs, European affairs, international development and defence

Wednesday 27 May (after State Opening) - formal thank you in reply to the Queen's Speech

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