How to use Prorogue in a sentence as a verb

The prime minster advised the Crown to prorogue parliament, which it did.

This insane logic is just as outrageous as the actual request to prorogue parliament made by Johnson.

We are concerned with whether there was a reason for him to do it> It is impossible for us to conclude, on the evidence which has been put before us, that there was any reason - let alone a good reason - to advise Her Majesty to prorogue Parliament for five weeks, from 9th or 12th September until 14th October.

If he had announced he would prorogue until after October 31, then he would have to give up any pretense that he is negotiating a deal, because parliament would be unable to vote for it.

> This prorogue was for an extra four daysThat's not true.

All because of two political geniuses who decided to prorogue parliament.

Perhaps, but the UK is officially a monarchy and the Prime Minister has the power to prorogue parliament.

So we're agreed that PMs prorogue Parliament for abnormally long periods when they want to avoid awkward questions?

Harper responded by asking for a prorogue - an unprecedented manoeuvre to avoid facing a vote of non-confidence.

Yes, and when you prorogue parliament it effectively dissolves any tabled motions in parliament.

The only reason they failed is that the current PM ask the Governor general to prorogue the government.

But they had the opportunity to vote for a GE before they were prorogued and chose not to, didn't they?

Prorogue definitions

verb

hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"

verb

adjourn by royal prerogative; without dissolving the legislative body