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Queen's Speech Monday, 18 November, 2002, 08:09 GMT
Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge Foundation hospitals 'don't work'
The government is urged to think again over plans to free top NHS hospitals by doctors in Spain where foundation hospitals were first introduced.
Queen unveils Blair's crime blitz
A crackdown on crime is unveiled at the heart of the Government's plans for the next year outlined in the Queen's Speech to Parliament.
Leaks ensure no surprises
After widespread leaks of its content, Tony Blair has only himself to blame if his new programme fails to ignite the public imagination.
NYPD policeman New York's crime clean-up success
The BBC's Matt Wells looks at how neighbourhoods in New York have been transformed by a policy of zero tolerance.
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What the Queen's Speech didn't include reveals as much about the government as what was in it, writes BBC News Online political correspondent Nyta Mann
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Controversial laws to relax the rules on media ownership will be pushed through, the Queen's Speech confirmsRemote control
Foreign media owners on track for UK channels

English regions are to get the chance to have their own elected assemblies and the UK's planning system is to be made quicker under new law plans. People power?
English regions given chance to govern
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