This extremely bare Queen's Speech is all about managing the divisions within the Conservative Party and very little to do with meeting the challenges facing our country.
Twelve months after a winning a general election where they promised to focus on the economy and public finances, David Cameron's government is already running out of steam. This Queen's speech ignored the big challenges we face on education, housing, investment, skills, and the environment.
One of the biggest scandals of the last couple of years has been the ongoing saga of delays to a new computer system that is supposed to ensure that farmers receive crucial EU payments on time.
Deadlines have been missed and missed again. The budget has ballooned by more than £70 million. And at the end of it all, we still don't know whether we will have a working system by the EU deadline at the end of June. Farmers across Scotland are yet to get the money they are owed.
Today I stood for election as First Minister to set out the Liberal Democrats priorities for the next five years of the Scottish Parliament. Education. Mental health services. The environment and civil liberties. These are all things that need to be at the top of the Holyrood agenda for the next five years.
Read Tim Farron's speech on June 11, 2016 on why he's voting to remain on June 23rd
So much of the debate around Europe has been about financial projections, trading complex cost benefit analyses about what will happen if we stay or leave. And fascinating though that all is, my hunch is that it might not, on its own, clinch the right result.
Commenting ahead of the publication of reformed EU refugee laws, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said
"Any proposals to strengthen Dublin regulations are welcome but do not alone do enough to confront the humanitarian crisis in Europe.
"It will take time to make Dublin more effective and efficient and this is something we simply don't have. That is why the PM must act now and offer safety to 3,000 vulnerable refugee children who are unaccompanied in Europe. Many Conservative MPs are u-turning on their vote against this last week, and it is time for the PM to join them."