Mark Pritchard's resignation as Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party's International Office is interesting for a number of reasons.
Firstly, because rather than this being a hissy fit, Pritchard has recent form in speaking out against the Cameron regime.
In fact he penned a devastating piece in The Telegraph calling for an EU referendum. More importantly, he subsequently rebelled in the House of Commons vote on the issue in voting for such a referendum.
The fact that the man also can't be bothered to fight Cameroons to retain internal Party positions is also telling.
But it is surely the very words in his resignation to David Cameron that are most telling. Concerns over Europe, immigration and Cameron's overall ethos on aspiration sound pretty fatal.
Indeed, it all sounds pretty similar to the complaints that Roger Helmer expressed on Saturday in Skegness when he spoke as a UKIP MEP for the first time.