HUDDERSFIELD MP Barry Sheerman was among only a handful of Yorkshire MPs to vote no for a ban on hunting.
He criticised the Government during the debate, which had to be suspended when hunt supporters burst into the chamber.
Mr Sheerman said there had been nothing in the party's manifesto promise to tackle hunting that mentioned the use of the Parliament Act.
That act, created in 1911, ensures legislation by-passes the House of Lords. They have historically always opposed a ban on hunting.
Mr Sheerman questioned the use of the power.
Speaking to MPs he said: "Surely this is hardly the issue to use the Parliament Act, which is hardly ever used, in order to overrule not only the House of Lords but also to steamroller this through against a very large minority that don't want it."
Forty-seven MPs from Yorkshire voted in favour of the ban, eight against it.
National figures indicate three-quarters of the population is for the ban.