A number of high profile figures, including former Prime Minister John Major, have threatened to go to the courts to stop it, and a legal challenge led by the SNP's justice spokeswoman, Joanna Cherry, is already working its way through the Scottish courts.
But Mr Johnson's de facto deputy dismissed the furore over the prorogation move.
"The Queen should look at what happened to her cousin Tino ex King of Greece when you enable a right wing coup!" she said on Twitter.
BBC Newsnight's political editor Nick Watt said a cross-party group of MPs was planning a "surgical strike", involving an emergency debate on Tuesday and a vote to take control of the Commons agenda the following day. Second, it forces them to decide in the next few days whether they want to pursue a vote of no-confidence against Johnson, which could force a new election.
"The royal household wants to manage this in a way that doesn't damage the ongoing, long-term position of the crown", a royal source recently told the Sunday Times. Prorogation makes that possible.
Miller successfully challenged the government in 2017 over its authority to leave the European Union without a vote in parliament.
Lawmakers asked a Scottish court to rule that suspending Parliament is illegal.
Thousands of people protested in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and other cities, while an online petition seeking to block the decision had garnered more than 1.2 million signatures by early Thursday. Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said the recent events made a no-deal Brexit more likely. The probability of a vote of no-confidence in the prime minister has increased, if Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn can muster a majority in the gridlocked Parliament. That advice has been clarified after the two politicians wrote to the 93-year-old monarch on Wednesday asking for an urgent meeting to try to prevent her approving suspending Parliament for up to five weeks.However their attempt to use the Queen to put a block on Mr Johnson's request came only after she had approved the proroguing of Parliament at a Privy Council meeting at Balmoral. Though the popular leader cited family reasons, the timing of such a decision following Johnson's seismic move suggested that she disagreed with his tactics.
"I promised that, if the Prime Minister prorogued Parliament in order to prevent members from opposing his Brexit plans, I would seek judicial review of his action", he said.
Johnson's maneuver gives his political opponents even less time to prevent a chaotic no-deal Brexit before the October 31 withdrawal deadline.
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Recriminations over the imminent suspension of the U.K's. parliament have historians and legal experts poring over the significance of the move known as prorogation.
Former Conservative chancellor Philip Hammond also pledged to keep fighting against no deal. Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the House of Commons, Natalie Evans, the leader of the House of Lords, and Mark Spencer, the chief whip, were at Balmoral to deliver the request.
"The candyfloss of outrage, which is nearly entirely confected, is from people who never wanted to leave the European Union", he told BBC Radio.
The ministry said in a statement that by extending the measure to include Britain, "Finland prepares for a no-deal Brexit".
The prime minister's move dominated the newspapers Thursday, with The Times saying Johnson had "pushed Britain to the brink of a constitutional crisis".
Issues include the impasse on the so-called backstop clause in the withdrawal agreement, which is aimed at avoiding the return of a border between European Union member Republic of Ireland and Britain's Northern Ireland. However EU leaders have claimed it must stay.
The move was seen as a blow to the lawmakers seeking to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Lawmakers reconvene September 3 but under prorogation will disband the following week.
The House of Commons typically goes into recess at about the annual party conference season, which begins on September 14 and ends on October 2, but critics slammed the more lengthy break.
While suspending parliament ahead of a Queen's Speech is the historical norm in Britain, the decision to limit parliamentary scrutiny weeks before the country's most contentious policy decision in decades prompted an immediate outcry.