Called it :)
Not a surprise, I called it on my blog days before it received royal assent :) Still very pleasant to hear.
Government reaction will be interesting. I'm sure they'll appeal. As it is though, the timescale for pushing through the new RIPA replacement was already tight, due to the December 2016 sunset clause in DRIPA. They now only have until March 2016. They were planning to introduce legislation through a joint committee of Lords and Commons in autumn this year - which only gives them 6 months - which is really not much time at all. And all the recent reports (ISC, Anderson, RUSI) recommended a major rewrite and replacement of both RIPA (+DRIPA) and other laws permitting surveillance/interception.
So, will they rush through a DRIPA replacement, keeping (or extending) the sunset clause, eating up legislative time in the process, or rush through the RIPA replacement, possibly reducing the scope in the process?