Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has warned Tory leader David Cameron he will be kicked out of office by his own backbenchers within the next year unless he "dramatically" changes the party's policies.
In an outspoken attack, the politician described the Prime Minister and his Chancellor George Osborne as "dangerous", saying they were leading the Conservatives "towards defeat" at the next general election.
The MP for mid-Bedfordshire also hit out at Mr Cameron's "sneering" attitude and claimed backbench discussions about introducing a motion of no-confidence against the leader were already taking place following a dismal display at Thursday's local elections.
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.