A benefits crackdown, union curbs and government snooping have been at the heart of the most right-wing Queen's speech in decades.
And with the government still in its honeymoon period, the Tories are working furiously to get as much out of the way as possible.
The Right to Buy will be extended to all housing association homes and there'll be new powers to oust 'coasting' headteachers.
And, of particular interest to west Londoners, one bill was the HS2 bill, formally allowing the government to begin phase 1 of the project.
But notably absent are two of the Tories' most controversial pledges - a free vote on fox hunting and scrapping the Human Rights Act.
Here is the list of all 26 Bills:
Full Employment and Welfare Benefits Bill: Reduces the benefits cap from £26,000 to £23,000 and freeze other welfare measures including tax credits and child benefit.
Enterprise Bill: Cuts red tape in an aim to save businesses £10bn and ends six-figure payoffs for public sector workers.
National Insurance Contributions Bill/Finance Bill: The Budget will freeze VAT and National Insurance until 2020 and increase the income tax threshold to £12,500.
Childcare Bill: Gives 30 hours a week of free childcare for parents of three- and four-year-olds to encourage them to go into work.
Housing Bill: Extends the Right to Buy to housing association homes and sets a target to consider development on 90% of brownfield sites.
Energy Bill: Creates a new domestic oil and gas watchdog and gives local councils the final say on building large onshore wind farms.
Immigration Bill: Orders strict crackdown on illegal workers and satellite-tracked tags for newly-released foreign prisoners.
Trade Unions Bill: Creates new 50% threshold of all those eligible to vote before a strike can be held - currently it's 50% of actual voters.
Education and Adoption Bill: Gives new powers to axe 'coasting' heads and take over councils' adoption departments.
Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill: Creates a 'northern powerhouse' by giving more direct powers to cities like Manchester.
HS2 Bill: Formally allows the government to build phase 1 of the high-speed rail link from London to Birmingham.
Scotland Bill: Transfers even more powers to the Scottish Parliament, making it one of the most powerful devolved systems in the world.
Wales Bill: Gives Wales' National Assembly new energy and transport powers and lets Welsh politicians decide issues like the voting age.
Northern Ireland Bill: Allows new 'full and independent investigations' into the deaths of people who were killed during the Troubles.
European Union Referendum Bill: Orders a 'renegotiation' of Britain's treaty and an in-out referendum before the end of 2017.
Extremism Bill: Allows the government to block extremist broadcasters and close down premises - even mosques - where extremists are based.
Investigatory Powers Bill: Dubbed the 'snoopers' charter', it gives the security services new powers to intercept online communications. Was blocked by the Lib Dems.
Policing and Criminal Justice Bill: Brings in stricter controls on mental health patients ending up in cells, and limits police bail to 28 days (or three months with special permission). People have complained of being on police bail for years while their lives are in limbo.
Psychoactive Substances Bill: Cracks down on legal highs by banning any substance capable of producing a psychoactive effect. Currently drugs are banned one-by-one, leaving loopholes when new ones appear.
Armed Forces Bill: A routine Bill which has to be extended every five years, it makes some minor changes to how soldiers are recruited or charged with offences.
Bank of England Bill: Gives Britain's central bank more power and gives new positions to the Deputy Governor.
Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill: Gives the Charity Commission new powers to close down corrupt charities and bar trustees from moving on to other posts.
Votes for Life Bill: Scraps a limit which stops British expats voting once they've lived abroad for 15 years - but it's controversial because ALL EU citizens are being banned from voting in the referendum (even if they've been here 30 years).
European Union (Finance) Bill: A routine Bill to approve the EU's budget from 2014 to 2020.
Buses Bill: Allows cities with directly-elected mayors to take control of the running of bus services, much like the system that exists in London.
Draft Public Service Ombudsman Bill: Creates one body to replace the Parliamentary Ombudsman, Health Ombudsman, Local Government Ombudsman and Housing Ombudsman, which all deal with the most serious complaints by members of the public against public officials.
Originally published on Mirror Online.