The government has made a last minute decision to pull a vote on relaxing fox hunting which was due to take place tomorrow.
It comes after the SNP said they would oppose the changes despite the reforms only applying to England and Wales.
But their intervention meant a defeat in the Commons was almost certain.
The vote is now expected to take place in the autumn which means the issue of "English Votes for English Laws" could be implemented, effectively blocking the SNP from taking part, beforehand.
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