Prime Minister Rupert Streaker chances his arm with his own party by trying to be popular with the general public.
A radical strategy to enhance his reputation in order to receive public acknowledgment and thereby, the erection of a personal statue outside the new Parliament buildings in Blackburn. An ambition brought with him from childhood.
However, internal rivals are furious over his attempts to maintain honesty and cost savings in relation to the move. Traditional vested interests are at stake raising the temperatures of those ordinarily expected to support him. Losing out not something they had signed up to by electing him.
As tribal warfare breaks out within his own party those on the opposite benches can only spectate uncertain whether or not to cheer.