A total of 26 new Bills were laid out in the Queen's Speech today but at the heart of it was confirmation of an in/out referendum on Britain's membership of the EU.
David Cameron said it was also a programme for working people, with promises of tax freezes and more free childcare.
ITV News' Political Editor Tom Bradby reports on the pomp and pageantry:
The party said the flower was worn in homage to poet Hugh MacDiarmid who wrote the ode 'The Little White Rose of Scotland'.
An EU referendum, more Scottish powers and tax freezes - but Cameron stopped short of scrapping the Human Rights Act, for now.
More powers for Wales, a ban on income tax rises and more free childcare are at the heart of the Conservative's Queen's Speech.