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Queen's Speech reflects Theresa May's fall from grace
Each will require careful political handling, at a time when the government cannot be sure of its majority and a Labour Party with wind in its sails is determined to be a guerrilla opposition, putting down amendments wherever it can, stirring political trouble because it believes power could be in reach.
It is not, though, the headache-inducing complexity of those administrative tasks that is even Theresa May's priority.
First, she has to show that she can actually govern after such a loss of political authority.
For her party, that means she has to show that she can change.
There is, on the record, a promise to govern with "humility", to be a "government that consults and listens".
Whether that change is made real or is just rhetoric for today will determine how long Theresa May can sta