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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 15:12 GMT 16:12 UK
Student funding tops Blair agenda
The introduction of student top-up fees and a new regime for asylum seekers are among Tony Blair's plans unveiled in the Queen's Speech.
Fury over university fees
Blair 'should be ashamed'
Blair promises action on hunting
Voters 'despairing' of New Labour
No turning back on tuition fees
Wealthier 'to pay for school bus'
What exactly is the Queen's Speech?
Pomp and pageantry of the Queen's speech
Bumpy ride ahead?
The Queen's Speech suggests Blair isn't looking for easy life
Having their say
But Howard's hard man act was the one to beat
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New curbs target asylum abuse
Failed asylum seekers will get only one chance to appeal under plans unveiled in the Queen's Speech.
Road works clampdown
ID cards plan within 10 years
Euro referendum plans unveiled
Charities 'to face tougher rules'
Analysis: Battle over Asylum Bill
Tighter laws on organ retention
SPEECH IN DETAIL
At-a-glance: Queen's Speech bills
Text of the Queen's Speech
Gay couples to get joint rights
Gay partners will be entitled to legal recognition under plans to allow them to register their relationships officially.
Terror threat sparks new powers
Charities await disability detail
Gay groups hail partnership bill
Domestic violence law shake-up
Children promised 'champion'
Hereditary peers facing Lords axe
Archer faces ban from Lords
Company pensions to be protected
The government will ensure workers don't lose out when companies wind up pension schemes.
Tote is to be privatised
Corporate abuse laws pledged
Manslaughter law on back burner
Baby trust fund wins go-ahead
House-seller packs are introduced
Q&A: House-sellers' packs
Top-up fee fury
Critics of higher tuition fees line up against the government
Can you dig it?
Attack on 'rampant' road works aims to get Britain moving again
How new Child Trust Funds will give young savers a headstart
Workers' pension fight continues
Examining the plans in the Queen's Speech to address the pensions crisis by protecting company schemes.
New move to tackle 'pyramid cons'
The government reveals plans to crack down on so-called "pyramid cons" as part of draft Gambling Bill.
Q&A: Hunting Bill
BBC News Online explains what may happen to the Hunting Bill after peers rejected a ban.
New law may fail to protect workers when companies go bust
Loss of faith
Will the new pensions bill restore public faith in savings?
Have Your Say
Will university top-up fees deter students?
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