Gordon Brown has been accused of breaking the first promise he made to the Commons as Prime Minister.
Backbencher Dan Kawczynski (Con Shrewsbury & Atcham) had the honour of being the first MP to a question during the first session of Prime Minister's Questions with Mr Brown in the top job, on July 4 last year.
He was upset about plans to reform Shropshire County Council and Mr Brown responded by inviting him for a private meeting to discuss his concerns.
It was an answer Mr Brown, keen to prove he was a listening Prime Minister who believes in consulting colleagues, has given to many MPs since.
But seven months on, Mr Kawczynski has revealed he is still waiting for the meeting to take place.
And after writing numerous letters to Downing Street, he now despairs that it ever will happen.
Mr Kawczynski has also attempted to arrange a meeting with Hazel Blears, the Local Government Secretary, but again he claims his appraoches have been rebuffed.
Speaking in the Commons, he said: "You always remember the first time that you do something, whether it is your first kiss, or the first time you get elected to Parliament.
"I very much hope that the Prime Minister will remember the first ever question that he took at Prime Minister's Question Time."
Meanwhile, Government plans to axe six councils in Shropshire, replacing them with an all-purpose countywide unitary authority, were backed in the Commons yesterday.