SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has "successfully sabotaged" David Cameron's bid to relax foxhunting after the government withdrew a last minute vote on the issue today.
ITV News' Political Correspondent Libby Wiener tweeted the action could now give more weight to the 'English Votes for English Laws' argument.
It is thought a new vote could take place on autumn but the SNP may be blocked from taking part.
Sturgeon intervention also makes EVEL more likely to pass - and nationalism more likely to rise on both sides of the border #HuntingAct
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