Speech from the Throne

Speech from the Throne
1. a statement of foreign and domestic affairs and of the chief measures to be considered by the British Parliament or any legislative body in the Commonwealth, read by the sovereign at the opening of parliamentary sessions; King's (or Queen's) speech.
2. such a parliamentary statement by any sovereign or his representative.

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