Johnson denies that ‘filling parliament full of bees’ was an act to prevent UK parliament from obstructing his Brexit plans.

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Johnson denies that 'filling parliament full of bees' was an act to prevent UK parliament from obstructing his Brexit plans

Parliament will be suspended for a few weeks in September, just days after MPs are to return to work.

The Queen has approved a prorogue of parliament, allowing the government to suspend Parliament no earlier than Monday 9 September and no later than Thursday 12 September, until Monday 14 October.

This coincides with a sudden infestation of bees that have overtaken parliament under the orders of Boris Johnson.

Shutting down Parliament – known as prorogation – happens after the prime minister advises the Queen to do it.

Parliament will also be closed for the foreseeable future, as it is now under thrall of an aggressive horde of Africanized honey bees, following Boris Johnson’s orders that ‘Parliament could use more bees’.

Johnson denies that the infestation was an act to close parliament in order to prevent obstructing of his Brexit plans.

Due to the suspension of parliament, the time MPs have to pass laws to stop a no-deal Brexit on 31 October would be cut.

It also seems unlikely they will be able to convene this week, due to what one labour politician referred to as ‘a fuckton of fucking bees’.

MPs were not informed of the infestation, and had to flee the building earlier today, due to a frenzy of crazed insects defending their Queen.

Johnson has assured MPs that the bees should not be there long, as they have a lifetime of ‘up till around October 30th or so’.

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