Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said he is disappointed at this week's local election results, and is going to give members of the Cabinet "a piece of his mind" in the Commons next week. Later, he told his wife, Sarah, he was "well and truly pissed off" with his job.
Labour had their worst election result for more than 40 years, losing a massive 331 councillors. The Conservative Party secured 44% of all votes cast, with Labour gaining just 24%.
In a General Election, it would be regarded as a Mudslide Victory for the Tories.
Mr Brown realised something was amiss last night, and flew into a rage. He threw papers all over the place, and even knocked a waste basket over, spilling the contents on the floor. Some ministers who were with him at the time, said they had never seen him so angry.
Tessa Jowell, the MP for Dulwich and West Norwood, said;
"He was so angry, he could have crushed a grape."
Last night, after the London Mayoral Election ended with a victory for the Conservative Boris Johnson, Mr Brown was said by members of his close circle to be "not best pleased".
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg told reporters:
"I've heard it on the quiet that he's ready to throw the towel in."