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My friend, Boris Johnson.
I'll say that you're wrong. Let's be absolutely clear. We respect the judiciary in our country. We respect the court. I disagree profoundly with what they had to say. I think it was entirely right to go ahead with a plan for a queen's speech. This is the longest period we haven't had a queen's speech for 400 years.
We've got a dynamic domestic agenda. We need to be getting on with more police on the streets, investing in our national health service, improving our education. We need to get on with that. And, frankly, I think we need to get on with Brexit. That's the overwhelming view of the British people, whether they voted to leave or remain. They want to get this thing done by October the 31st.
And he's doing a fantastic job. Not, easy but doing a really good job. I think he's going to make great progress come October. Come November? That's great progress for the country...
October. October. It's October the 31st. We've been hopeful that we can make a lot of progress quite fast. And we've got our Secretary to the State for International Trade, Liz Truss is here. We hope to get going on that, always remembering that the NHS is not for sale, but everything else, there's a huge amount we can do. And I guess we'll talk just a bit about Iran...
We'll talk a little bit about that.
And some of those difficult issues where I think we share a common perspective. We want it to be solved and be done, but also make sure that people in the Gulf don't get the wrong idea about what they can get away with.