MPs were left in hysterics after the Chancellor took aim at the party during Wednesday’s budget announcement.
He said: “And for the devolved administrations our announcements today deliver additional funding of £350million for the Scottish Government.”
He then made a gesture, raising his arms towards the SNP MPs in the chamber.
Hammond's dig at the SNP was met by roars in the chamber
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MPs cheered and laughed for more than 20 seconds before the Deputy Speaker Lindsay Hoyle was forced to intervene.
“Ah ah ah, now let’s just move on, we’re doing very well, let’s not spoil a good day, come on Chancellor of the Exchequer,” he said.
Mr Hammond then continued with his speech and made reference to Mrs Sturgeon’s threats to call a second independence referendum following the Brexit vote.
The SNP previously called on the Government to allow Scotland to remain members of the single market or face the prospect of it leaving the UK.
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The Chancellor continued with his speech and said: “Wait for it, £200m for the Welsh Government and almost £120m for an income in the Northern Ireland executive, demonstrating Mr Deputy Speaker, once again that we are stronger together in this great United Kingdom.”
MPs burst into another chorus of cheers following the comments.
During his address, Mr Hammond also took aim at Jeremy Corbyn and said he was “so far down a black hole” that even Stephen Hawking had “disowned him”.
Also on his hit-list was the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.
He blasted him after he announced public sector borrowing had been predicted to fall.
MPs cheered as he said he would not “hold my breath” for a “congratulatory letter” from the Eurocrat.