Boris Johnson’s Parliament suspension tests UK constitutional norms
Boris Johnson's own Conservative Party has described Parliament's suspension as a 'constitutional outrage'
The UK doesn’t have a written constitution and, within reason, govts can do whatever they like as long as they have a parliamentary majority
London: Boris Johnson defended his decision to request a suspension of parliament from Queen Elizabeth II, saying it was a normal part of forming a new government and making clear that he didn’t see what all the fuss about a possible constitutional crisis was about. His supporters have been quick to agree.