"Her Majesty's government's priority is to grow and strengthen the economy and help ease the cost of living for families," Prince Charles said in a clip uploaded by Bloomberg UK's Twitter.
"Her Majesty's government will level up opportunity in all parts of the country and support more people into work. Her Majesty's ministers will continue to support the police to make the streets safer and fund the National Health Service (NHS) to reduce the Covid backlogs."
He continued: "In these challenging times, Her Majesty's government will play a leading role in defending democracy and freedom across the world, including continuing to support the people of Ukraine."
Prince Charles announces the government's top priority is to "help ease the cost-of-living for families," with a promise to "level up opportunity in all parts of the country" http://bloom.bg/3srLLZ0\u00a0pic.twitter.com/wUydQMvAvu
The next time Biden gives a speech about reducing cost of living expenses, I want him stepping out of a life-sized Klimt painting diorama wrapped in a golden robe studded with rubies and emeralds. \u201cMy fellow Americans,\u201d he begins, rubies jingling, \u201cthese diaper prices amirite?\u201d
Elsewhere, the government also made the vow to repeal and reform business regulations following the UK's departure from the European Union with the introduction of a new Brexit Freedoms Bill that is said to help "enable law inherited from the European Union to be more easily amended."
Prince Charles also said that the government will help to propel economic growth by improving the standards of living and funding "sustainable investment in public services."
"This will be underpinned by a responsible approach to the public finances, reducing debt while reforming and cutting taxes," he said.
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