PM says it's 'tougher but fairer', but critics say it would be 'extremely detrimental' to access to justice
The Queen's Speech included plans to reform zero-hour contracts, which affect about 1.4 million people
Alternative Queen's Speech proposed by group of backbenchers - is it to embarrass Cameron?
Why has David Cameron decided to publish the bill today and does it have a hope of becoming law?
Buoyed by election success, Nigel Farage says 'reverse takeover' of Tory party is on cards
Opinion digest: Irish austerity, gay marriage culture wars, British FBI and Olympic propaganda
Coalition hopes to recover from election mauling with family-friendly package, but will Tories be pacified?
The Queen's Speech is but a distraction from claims that PM texted former Murdoch exec before she quit
David Cameron cannot turn right and he cannot ditch the Lib Dems. The Coalition must pull together fast
Plans for a largely elected Lords, driven by Clegg, are only encouraging plotters against PM
Government plans to track email and phone usage under fire from Tory MPs and ‘snooping watchdog'
The state opening of Parliament
has ushered in a new political era