As the fast-growing petition against proroguing Parliament says:
Parliament must not be prorogued or dissolved unless and until the Article 50 period has been sufficiently extended or the UK’s intention to withdraw from the EU has been cancelled.
You can sign the petition against proroguing Parliament here. It is (ironically enough) over on the official Parliament website.
When you sign the petition against proroguing Parliament, you will be sent a confirmation email. You must respond to that email for your signature to count. (If you don’t appear to have received the email, it is worth checking in your spam/junk folder. Look out for an email from email@example.com.)
These official Parliamentary petitions are open to British citizens and UK residents (only) – and you can only sign a petition once.
And when you’ve signed it, there’s more you can do:
- Share this post with your friends.
- Make sure you are registered to vote.
- Sign the other key petitions.
- Share the news about just how unpopular Boris Johnson’s plan is with the public.