Shock revelations have come from Buckhingham Palace today, when it was revealed that the Queen's speech was actually written by a street gang from Merseyside in an attempt to "lead themselves into a new career that isn't crime."
Signs that the speech had not been written by the usual people started to show when Her Majesty stated that "My Government will ensure to protect the people of this nation, maintain it's upbringing and put a cap in the ass of, like, any ho who tries messin' with, like, the economy or some'ing."
The teenagers in question received mixed responses to their new found literary skills: certain political critics have said "this is a fantastic idea to get young people involved in writing." Others have said that "this is just plain worng: yobs writing speeches for Her Majesty?! Whatever next!"
There were many suggestions for speeches that Her Majesty received this year, many of them from young people across different social sectors. A spokesman for her Majesty said today "The Gang's speech was simply the best because, although the language and pronunciation left a lot to be desired, it was easily excessible for Her Majesty to read. For example, the rock kids wnated The Queen to sing her speech to the tune of I Predict a Riot, the Indy Kids wanted her to do it in a jacket and skinny jeans and the Emo's idea was just basically an hour of The Queen trying to cut herself."