Neighbourhood Planning and Infrastructure Bill – seeking to speed up house-building, and privatise the Land Registry.
Digital Economy Bill – establishing a legal right to fast broadband.
Modern Transport Bill – opening the way to a UK spaceport, drone innovation and the development of driverless cars.
Bus Services Bill – increasing council and Combined Authority powers over bus franchising.
Local Growth and Jobs Bill – allowing local authorities to retain all the revenue from Business Rates.
Better Markets Bill – beefing up competition investigations, and making it easier for consumers to switch banks and utility providers.
Criminal Finances Bill – new offences and powers to combat tax evasion and recover criminals’ assets.
NHS (Overseas Visitors Charging) Bill – restricting access to free health care for foreign visitors, and attempting to ensure full payment for NHS services.
Children and Social Work Bill – speeding up the adoption process, and offering advice to young adults for the first few years after leaving care.
Finance Bill 2017 – the speech did not announce a stand-alone Bill for implementing the sugar tax on soft drinks. Rather the Government stated its intent to include the measure in next year’s Finance Bill.
Pensions Bill – reforming financial advice services, among other changes.
Lifetime Savings Bill – creating the new Lifetime ISA.
Education for All Bill – allowing the Government to compel under-performing schools in some areas to become academies.
Higher Education and Research Bill – helping to allow the creation of new universities.
Prison and Courts Reform Bill – including the widely-reported new freedoms for prison governors to innovate in rehabilitation of inmates.
Counter-Extremism and Safeguarding Bill – featuring new restrictions on those who are deemed to be promoting extremist ideologies.
National Citizen Service Bill – putting the existing NCS system into law.
Small Charitable Donations Bill – reforming the Gift Aid system.
Investigatory Powers Bill – AKA the Snooper’s Charter.
Policing and Crime Bill – which will contain further measures on police accountability.
Bill of Rights – much-heralded, though the terms and contents are yet to be settled.
Wales Bill – including new powers for the Welsh Assembly.
Cultural Property Bill – ratifying the Hague Convention on protecting cultural artefacts in war, and new criminal offences for dealing in such property.
Intellectual Property Bill – simplifying the legal processes relating to IP.