Amidst the chaos of Theresa May's attempts to get her Brexit deal past ever more unhappy lawmakers, the event on Monday evening - while a demonstration of the arcane rituals of the U.K. Parliament - had at its heart a statement about the body's authority.
"If we don't sort out our constitutional settlement so that governments can't do this in the future we do need to keep lodging these protests".
Immediately after the incident, Russell-Moyle tweeted: 'Thankfully they haven't locked me in the Tower of London but if they had I'd expect May to be in the cell next to me for her treatment of Parliament today.
MPs could be heard shouting "expel him" and "name him" as Speaker John Bercow rose to his feet.
The MP told the Mirror: "Personally I think it's Mrs May who's brought parliament into disrepute".
At a joint press conference with MPs supporting a referendum on the terms of Brexit, Mr Blackford said that "if Jeremy can't... then we as the leaders of the other opposition parties must rise to that challenge".
Bloomberg first reported on Monday morning that May had chose to delay the vote, as she held an emergency conference call with cabinet ministers.
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Bercow then ordered Russell-Moyle to leave the House for the day, saying: "I'm grateful to a dedicated servant of the House for bringing forward the mace and restoring it to its place".
The MP remained in the House at first, rejecting the order until Bercow said, "No, no".
The mace symbolizes royal authority, and without it, the Commons can't meet or pass laws.
Mr Russell-Moyle's actions came after Theresa May delayed the Brexit deal vote, something he vocally opposed in earlier exchanges.
It's been almost 10 years since the last time someone made a grab for the ceremonial mace.
In 2009, Labour's John McDonnell - now the Shadow Chancellor was suspended from the Commons for five days after he picked up the mace during heated exchanges on the Government's decision to go ahead with a third runway at Heathrow.
Mr Russell-Moyle's move, which echoes a similar stunt by former Tory MP Michael Heseltine in the 1970s, earned him an immediate suspension from the sitting.
Senior party figures would not be drawn on whether Labour would table a motion of no-confidence in the Government after the vote, indicating they would wait and see what happens in the aftermath of a Government defeat on such a defining policy issue.