JohnRawls wrote:The better question what are you all from UK going to do if Johnson prorogues the parliament? Are you ready to rise up with weapons? If not then shut up because there is no other way to stop it if he is determined.
Parliament has excluded itself from further action on leaving the E.U.
On multiple occasions, they rejected the 'bad' Theresa MAY 'deals', the W.A itself included, parliament has closed the book on a solution, because it has ruled out the available options.
Theresa MAY, although entitled to sign any piece of paper as P.M, did so without any pre-parliamentary authority, had she been in pocession of that parliamentary 'authority', she could not have failed to get it through parliament, had that actually been the case though, the 'deal' would still have been a conspiratorial deal by parliament against direct democracy..
That being the case, to then criticise BoJo for any attempt at proroguing parliament in the same vein is ridiculous.
The limit of parliamentary power, is within parliament itself, that is their court, they can make or break any law, what they cannot do(neither can to courts stop)is prevent the P.M from 'advising' the Queen to prorogue parliament, by pre-emption, because, in the U.K we have a 'dualist' system in our unwritten constitution, which separates the courts from the politicial process of parliament & the courts cannot pre-emptively prevent BoJo proroguing parliament.
Constitutionally, the courts are separate & are within the realm of the CROWN where the legal power resides as enacted by parliamentary legislation or Common law.
The Queen however, can(ill-advisedly) 'delay' that action against the P.M's wishes, because the government, through parliament can take severe actions to punish the monarch & prevent such actions in the future.