Transport Bill including the setting up of the strategic rail authority, the controversial privatisation of the National Air Traffic Service, and introducing congestion charges and road pricing;
Local Government Bill allowing councils to switch to cabinet-style leadership and elected mayors;
Social Services Bill setting up an independent inspectorate for children's and old people's homes;
Education Bill reforming further and higher education;
Race Relations Bill updating the existing Act so that the police and other public servants are covered by the legislation;
Criminal Justice Bill introducing mandatory drug testing of people under arrest, plus reform of the probation service;
Party Funding Bill banning overseas donations, naming donors of gifts over£5,000 and capping of election spending;
Sexual Offences Bill lowering the homosexual ageof consent to 16;
Welfare Bill reforming the Child Support Agency, including new flat-rate payments and introducing pensions changes;
Freedom of Information Bill aimed at extending the public's rights to know;
Deregulation Bill is Cabinet Office legislation designed to reduce red tape;
Post Office Bill changing the service to a state-owned plc will be one of five Bills from the Department of Trade and Industry.
The others are: Electronic Commerce Bill securing internet transactions; Utilities Bill, strengthening regulation of the privatised industries; Insolvency Bill making it easier for bankrupts to get back into business, and a Bill to make it easier for accountants and solicitors to form limited liability partnerships; and
Financial Services and Markets Bill, already published in draft form.