Queen's Speech: "Immigration rules 'to be tougher'"Աշխարհ
The government is expected to announce tougher rules on immigration when it outlines its programme for the next year on Wednesday.
The Queen's Speech will include a parliamentary bill aimed at making it easier to deport foreign criminals and those who enter the UK illegally.
Other bills will cap social care costs in England and introduce a single state pension of £144 a week.
But a plan to monitor online and mobile communications is likely to be dropped.
The Queen's Speech, part of the State Opening of Parliament, allows the government to set out its proposed bills for the next parliamentary session.
The list will be read out by the monarch at a special gathering of the House of Lords and House of Commons at about 11:30 BST.