He said the people of Scotland had not been given the courtesy of proper debate on Brexit issues that will affect them during a debate on Tuesday night.
Marching orders Speaker John Bercow told Mr Blackford to leave
The SNP MP told the same programme: "He ought to resign and the fact we have seen powers taken from the Scottish Parliament and our elected representatives have not been able to debate this is an utter, utter disgrace".
Rising to ask a question during the session, Blackford said: "The Prime Minister gave a commitment that she would treat Scotland as a union of equals". That is a democratic outrage.
"My job, my colleagues' job is to stand up for the powers of the Scottish Parliament".
He stated: "I really do hope that the people of Scotland listened very carefully to what the prime minister said, because the reality of the situation is that powers enshrined under the Scotland Act 1998 are being grabbed back by this parliament today".
Government wins Brexit bill vote after concessions
Conservative lawmaker Phillip Lee resigned as a justice minister Tuesday so he could speak out against the policy on Brexit. The government averted a rebellion on Tuesday over whether Parliament should have a decisive say in such a scenario.
The unprecedented event brought PMQs to a temporary halt as Mr Bercow refused his demands.
He was protesting about the way Scotland had been treated over Brexit and in particular in relation to the EU Withdrawal Bill that the SNP claims takes back devolved powers such as support for farmers and control of territorial sea waters, returning them directly to Westminster.
The suspension prompted all SNP MPs to walk out of Commons chamber, pointing and jeering at Tory MPs. My mixed sequence of advice is that is better for the vote to be conducted at the conclusion of questions to the prime minister...
While Conservatives at Westminster say some of these must come to Parliament to allow for common frameworks to be established in areas such as agriculture and environmental regulations, ministers at Holyrood fear the powers of the Scottish Parliament could be restrained for up to seven years.
The heated scenario occurred during lively talks about Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May faced tough questioning from ministers over the EU Withdrawal Bill. Look at this morning's interview with Scottish secretary David Mundell, who was repeatedly asked why there was next to no time given for debate of issues related to devolution.
The Scottish Parliament has already voted against giving its formal consent to the Withdrawal Bill, with SNP, Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs united in this stance.
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I still kept going back, I showed my loyalty to this country, and I said to everybody the door will open. He instead suggested Trump's comment about suspending military exercises was "part of the negotiating".
David de Gea wants Spain’s premier to offer public apology
When pressed further about the transfer rumours, De Gea added: "Football is football and a thousand things can happen". Sanchez visited the Spain World Cup squad last week and used the occasion to clear the air with the 27-year-old.
French farmers to stage refinery blockade
Total's initiative to import palm oil for its biofuel plant was just "the last straw", the representative added. Monday, Christiane Lambert, president of the FNSEA said in an interview with France Info television.
The Raptors Have Found Their Next Head Coach
Casey, who had led the Raptors to three consecutive 50-win seasons, was named coach of the Detroit Pistons on Monday. So, their final two candidates were current assistant coach Nick Nurse and Spurs assistant Ettore Messina.
Omaha FBI operations nets indictments of 8 in email schemes
Sometimes they'll ask for sensitive information such as employee tax records instead of, or in addition to, asking for money. The FBI added that $2.4 million dollars was seized, while $14 million in "fraudulent wire transfers" was recovered.