The text of the Queen's Speech mentioned details of 20 Bills of which nine had been through pre-legislative scrutiny in full or in part, and one (Energy) is being carried over. There will of course be another Finance Bill following the Spring 2014 Budget.
It also did not specifically mention two bills published in draft last session – Voting Eligibility (Prisoners) and Wild Animals in Circuses.
The measures outlined in the draft Bill on dangerous dogs are included in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill.
No mention was made of legislation covering Parliamentary Privilege (Green Paper with draft clauses was published in April 2012) nor the draft Enhanced Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Bill (a measure that could be introduced should the need arise).
The speech concluded with the usual catch all "other measures may be laid before you" to allow for other Bills to be introduced.
The day after the Queen's Speech, Leader of the House Andrew Lansley confirmed in a Written Statement that the Government will also bring forward legislation on inheritance and trustees' powers, a consolidation Bill on co-operatives, and a draft Bill on changes to the Riot Damages Act 1886.