News Daily: What plans will the Queen set out?
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Theresa May's Conservatives haven't yet reached a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party on forming a government, but they'll be setting out their plans for the next two years later in the Queen's Speech. The prime minister, without a parliamentary majority at the moment, is promising to work with "humility and resolve", with some Tory manifesto pledges having to be scaled back.
The speech is expected to include plans for laws to enable Brexit, as well as measures to reduce domestic violence and ban landlords from charging "letting fees".
There'll be less pomp than usual. The Queen will be wearing day dress rather than the usual crown and robes (as seen in the above picture) and will arrive at the Palace of Westminster by car rather than carriage. This is because of timing issues - rehearsals clashed with those for Saturday's Trooping the Colour event.
So, what is the speech likely to include and what will be left out? Our experts offer their views.
Soldiers shoot dead suspected suicide bomber
A suspected would-be suicide bomber has been shot dead at Brussels Central Station, officials say. No one else was reported to be injured. Prosecutors say a man wearing a rucksack and a bomb belt blew up a wheeled suitcase after he was noticed by soldiers.
Grenfell victims 'housed as locally as possible'
The team organising the response to the Grenfell Tower fire, in west London, says those made homeless by the disaster are not being asked to move hundreds of miles for accommodation. Labour MPs have raised concerns that some of those whose flats were destroyed are sleeping rough and others are being offered housing in Lancashire. But the Grenfell Response Team said people were being housed as "locally as possible". Police estimate the number of people dead, or missing presumed dead, following the fire is 79.
Sir Daniel Day-Lewis quits acting
He's had one heck of a career, winning three Best Actor Oscars for roles in My Left Foot, There Will Be Blood and Lincoln, but Sir Daniel Day-Lewis says he's retiring at the age of 60. A representative of Sir Daniel, who holds joint UK and Irish citizenship, called it a "private decision", adding that he was "immensely grateful" to audiences and colleagues.
Analysis: Carney and Hammond join forces on Brexit
By Kamal Ahmed, economics editor
Some will be relieved that both the governor of the Bank of England and the chancellor are calling for Britain to play a longer game when it comes to the Brexit process. Others may fear that tying the UK formally to the EU after Britain leaves the union in March 2019 could mean, for a few years of transition at least, Brexit does not, quite, mean Brexit.
What the papers say
Several newspapers focus on the Conservatives' ongoing talks with the Democratic Unionist Party. The Guardian says pressure on the PM is growing, as the DUP asks for more "respect", while the Mirror is scathing of the whole process - and the DUP - offering the headline: "Now even the crackpots can't work with May." The Times has the DUP threatening to walk out of discussions. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reports that several "militant groups" are planning marches to coincide with the Queen's Speech.
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1982 Diana, Princess of Wales, gives birth to her first son, Prince William, at St Mary's Hospital, in London. He weighs just over seven pounds and one ounce.