Exeter's Labour MP Ben Bradshaw has made his strongest attack so far on the party leader Jeremy Corbyn, saying he is "on a learning curve" and has "never had to make a difficult decision in his life."
Speaking to Ian Axton on The West Country at Westminster, the MP focused his criticism on his party leader's response to Syria in the light of the Paris attacks.
Ben Bradshaw was quick to dismiss suggestions that United Nations authorisation is required for Britain to launch airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria.
But, as Ian Axton pointed out - this is in direct contradiction to Jeremy Corbyn's position.
See the MP's reaction:
Ben Bradshaw added the leadership should focus on domestic policy, where the party is united.
ITV West Country's Ian Axton also asked the Exeter MP whether he was angry about Jeremy Corbyn's policy towards shoot to kill:
The question comes after a furious tweet by the Exeter MP - since deleted- in response to Mr Corbyn saying he was “not happy” that armed officers and special forces had an order to kill extremists.
Mr Bradshaw tweeted: “Please tell me it’s not true Jeremy has said that faced with Kalashnikov wielding genocidal fascists our security forces should not shoot?”
Mr Bradshaw described the leader as being on a learning curve and "never having had to make a difficult decision".
Ian Axton then put the ultimate question to him - would he trust Jeremy Corbyn with the keys to Number 10?