Tory MPs have urged the government to make changes following a a dismal display in Thursday's local election. Veteran Tory Brian Binley said the verdict at the ballot box was a "major setback" for the party and urged Prime Minister David Cameron to "wake up and smell the coffee".
Backbencher Bob Steward has urged Conservative high command to "listen" to the unrest in the nation and called for some "sanity" in next week's Queen's speech.
Former minister Tim Yeo insisted it was "not too late" to push highly divisive House of Lords reform to the "bottom of the queue" as the Government finalises the coalition's legislative programme.
The Labour leader had a sense of humour after being hit on the shoulder with an egg during his interview with ITV Meridian.
Labour was only kicked out of office a couple of years ago and yet here it is giving the government a political wake-up call.
The Nationalist party led by First Minister Alex Salmond are expected to snatch Glasgow City Council from Labour hands.