The mass exodus of Labour's shadow cabinet took a(nother) farcical turn today, after shadow education secretary Pat Glass stepped down - after just two days in the job.
Today Glass, who was appointed on Monday, tweeted: "It is with a heavy heart that I have today resigned as Shadow SoS [secretary of state] Education. My dream job but the situation is untenable."
It is with a heavy heart that I have today resigned as Shadow SoS Education. My dream job but the situation is untenable— Pat Glass (@PatMGlass) June 29, 2016
Shortly afterwards, Emma Lewell-Buck, the Labour MP for South Shields, stepped down as shadow minister for communities and local government.
Today I'm stepping down as Shadow Minister heartbroken at state of Party & recent events so sorry things have came to this, statement later— Emma Lewell-Buck MP (@EmmaLewellBuck) June 29, 2016
That brings the total number of resignations to almost 60 since Monday. Yesterday Corbyn lost a motion of no confidence, with 172 of Labour's MPs voting against him, while just 40 lent him their support.