Three Conservative members of the Queen’s Privy Council took the request to suspend Parliament to the Monarch’s Scottish residence in Balmoral on Wednesday morning on behalf of the Prime Minister.
“Today I requested that our Sovereign, should not exert her Sovereignty, in order that this Sovereign Nation can wrestle back its Sovereignty and give our Sovereign back her Sovereign powers”, stated everyone’s favourite cartoonish buffoon and PM, Boris Johnson
The proroguing has now been approved, allowing the government to suspend Parliament no earlier than Monday 9 September and no later than Thursday 12 September, until Monday 14 October.
“For all too long”, the blond-haired funster PM added, in that annoying way he makes a statement leaving a pause long enough to write this interjection, as his brain tries to catch up with his mouth, “This nation has had its Sovereign powers, stripped away, from its Sovereign Government and it is time to, errr, take back control and to, err, look forward to a true Sovereign State, headed up by our own Sovereign, who today, I requested, not to exert her Sovereign power. Honi soit qui mal y pense”, he rounded off, whilst looking at his fourth form Eton Latin exercise book.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: “Suspending Parliament is not acceptable”
“This is a clear abuse of Sovereign Power, held by our Sovereign Government who have, wilfully and quite deliberately involved our Sovereign, in requesting her not to exert any Sovereign intervention”, the opposition leader stated whilst attending the North Islington Socialist Apiary Husbandry Monthly meeting, “and as leader of Her Majesty’s Sovereign Opposition, I shall be writing a stiff letter to the Sovereign, outlining the Sovereign Government’s misuse of its Sovereign Status”.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow said it was a “constitutional outrage”.
“This is a clear abuse of power, by the Sovereign Government”, stated the Speaker of the Sovereign Government, John Bercow, “I shall be examining the unwritten Sovereign Constitution, to examine the if there is a clear Sovereign case, for the Sovereign to get involved in this Sovereign Governmental matter”
Leader of the House Jacob Rees-Mogg, who was at the meeting with the Queen, said the move was a “completely proper constitutional procedure.”
“It was a simple and quick Sovereign affair”, the Leader of The Commons described, “Two members of the Sovereign Privy Council and myself, arrived at Balmoral, rang the Sovereign’s doorbell, waited for 15 seconds and then left the request in the Sovereign’s ‘safe place’ behind the Sovereign Wheelie Bin. Now, if you’ll excuse me I have Sovereign Matters of State to attend to, whilst wrecking the Sovereign Nation”.