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 Queens speech Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:28 GMT
Tony Blair in the Commons Blair targets public services
The Queen's Speech sets out how Labour plans to deliver its key election pledge of far-reaching change to public services.
GP More power to frontline NHS staff
The Queen's Speech contains plans to give doctors, nurses and other health workers more control over NHS budgets.
Tony Blair Delivery plans face a rough ride
Tony Blair focused his general election campaign on the pledge to radically transform Britain's public services - and he has now put his money where his mouth was.
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The Queen's Speech sets out the key measures that the government hopes to implement in the coming session of Parliament.
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