Commons speaker Michael Martin has warned MPs to stop criticising the Scottish Government.
Mr Martin told members that prolonged criticism gave the impression that Holyrood was all MPs had to talk about.
His remarks came during Scottish Questions when MPs of all parties clashed over Scottish Government policies and the Scottish budget.
Mr Martin reminded MPs that Holyrood was a parliament set up by Westminster and given devolved powers.
Well, yes and it's a bit late for Labour to start complaining now about the inevitable results of their constitutional vandalism.
The SNP's Westminster leader Angus MacNeil said: "At a time of recession, it is disappointing that Labour MPs can't raise their level of debate and find more constructive contributions to make.
"Jim Murphy and Labour need to end their obsession with the SNP. The people of Scotland would rather see them following the SNP's responsible example than being envious and bitter."
And "bitter" is something we could never accuse the SNP of being, right?