Elizabeth II: the pressure on the Russian and British rally
Queen Elizabeth II, in her speech said that the new negotiations will be conducted on the country’s membership in the EU. According to her, it should take into account the views of all members of the government.
In addition, the bill will be put on a referendum on the exit of England from the EU, which is scheduled to take place until 2017.
Elizabeth II emphasized that, given the situation of world politics, she will continue to put pressure on Russia because of the situation in Ukraine.
"My government will continue to put pressure on Russia in order to ensure compliance with the territorial and sovereign integrity of Ukraine, and will insist on full implementation of the agreements Minsk", – she said.
After the throne speech a thousand Englishmen could be seen at a rally in central London. As explained British media, popular discontent was the fact that the speech for Queen was written by the Cabinet of Ministers headed by David Cameron. No text has been checked Services Queen. Note that she has no right to make any amendments and should read the material exactly as it was planned. Moreover, the protest was about the fact that the United Kingdom is planning to cut taxes for the rich people, which according to the people, "will return England to the Victorian era".