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When Boris Johnson asked the Queen to suspend Parliament, surely not even he could have imagined the backlash. 

"Constitutional outrage", "unprecedented", "utterly scandalous" and "a threat to our democracy" are just some of the ways MPs have reacted to the move by the Prime Minister to attempt to shut down Parliament weeks before the Brexit deadline.

In a letter to his Cabinet colleagues on Wednesday, Mr Johnson said he had spoken to Her Majesty, who is in Balmoral, "this morning" where he requested "an end to the current Parliamentary session in the second sitting week in September". 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has demanded to meet the Queen himself, politicians are seeking an emergency court...

When Boris Johnson asked the Queen to suspend Parliament, surely not even he could have imagined the backlash. 

"Constitutional outrage", "unprecedented", "utterly scandalous" and "a threat to our democracy" are just some of the ways MPs have reacted to the move by the Prime Minister to attempt to shut down Parliament weeks before the Brexit deadline.

In a letter to his Cabinet colleagues on Wednesday, Mr Johnson said he had spoken to Her Majesty, who is in Balmoral, "this morning" where he requested "an end to the current Parliamentary session in the second sitting week in September". 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has demanded to meet the Queen himself, politicians are seeking an emergency court...

When Boris Johnson asked the Queen to suspend Parliament, surely not even he could have imagined the backlash. 

"Constitutional outrage", "unprecedented", "utterly scandalous" and "a threat to our democracy" are just some of the ways MPs have reacted to the move by the Prime Minister to attempt to shut down Parliament weeks before the Brexit deadline.

In a letter to his Cabinet colleagues on Wednesday, Mr Johnson said he had spoken to Her Majesty, who is in Balmoral, "this morning" where he requested "an end to the current Parliamentary session in the second sitting week in September". 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has demanded to meet the Queen himself, politicians are seeking an emergency court...

When Boris Johnson asked the Queen to suspend Parliament, surely not even he could have imagined the backlash. 

"Constitutional outrage", "unprecedented", "utterly scandalous" and "a threat to our democracy" are just some of the ways MPs have reacted to the move by the Prime Minister to attempt to shut down Parliament weeks before the Brexit deadline.

In a letter to his Cabinet colleagues on Wednesday, Mr Johnson said he had spoken to Her Majesty, who is in Balmoral, "this morning" where he requested "an end to the current Parliamentary session in the second sitting week in September". 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has demanded to meet the Queen himself, politicians are seeking an emergency court...