Sue Percy, North West coordinator for the Conservative Party's Women to Win campaign, has gone one better than the young female Chester councillor who quit the Tories earlier in the week to go independent.
Sue is seen in my picture being welcomed to the Labour Party by Wirral's Labour Leader Councillor Steve Foukes.
She told the Liverpool Post she hoped David Cameron was going to change the Conservative Party when he became Leader.
But Sue, who had been selected as a Conservative candidate in The Wirral in May's local elections, says:
"Over time, it gradually dawned on me that the attitudes of local members hadn't changed at all...They didn’t seem interested in local people or what mattered to them, but were more concerned with their own in-fighting.In other words, behind Cameron's spin and flip-floppery, the Tory grassroots hasn't changed. They're still the nasty party.
"When I met with senior members of the Conservative Party nationally, they didn't seem to be taking any notice of what local campaigners such as myself were telling them, from our experiences on the doorstep.
"But I wanted a party that dealt with the needs of many, not the interests of a few.
"I spent some time thinking things through and realised that the Labour members I met were much warmer and more in touch with the needs of local people than the Conservatives were.
"I’m only sorry it took me this long to understand my own feelings and finally join the right party.
"The sense of relief and homecoming I have now I am a member of the Labour Party and can really serve the needs of local people tells me this was definitely the right decision and I am now where I really belong.”