The PM's spokesman also made it clear that although the Prime Minister said he wanted to see consensus built on House of Lords reform, this is a Government bill - which means seeing it through to completion.
But the spokesman wouldn't say whether the bill will be whipped.
It's clear there is much disagreement on Lords' reform and so this will be a tough bill to get through.
The Queen's Speech debate always offers interesting insights into the state of play here at Westminster.
As the Queen announced this morning, the government says it’s putting the economy right at the heart of its agenda for the next year.
Unions and business leaders have reacted to the Government's proposals for the year after they were set out at the Opening of Parliament.