Well, almost. However, I see that Jeremy Corbyn has just fired Hilary Benn, Labour's shadow Foreign Secretary, for supposedly encouraging fellow Shadow Ministers to resign were he (Corbyn) to ignore a vote of no-confidence in him.
If the reason as advanced is correct then I hardly think that arguing in support of what would be the right thing to do is a sackable offence, Mind you, Corbyn and Benn have serious history. A delicious irony given the fact that Tony Benn, Hilary's father, was perhaps the most left-wing Labour Party leader in modern history.
So it's not just the Tory Party that has problems. UKIP too. Their sole MP, Douglas Carswell, a member of the official 'Leave' campaign, has come out strongly against Fara(n)ge being given any role in the Inter-Party Committee being formed to help negotiate Brexit. Farage was sidelined by the Leave campaign as too extreme.
Blood sports continue apace.
Updated Mon 9.16 (Golf Course closed, too wet)
Corbyn's Shadow Cabinet is in disarray ... resignations aplenty
Lord Falconer, shadow justice secretary
Chris Bryant, shadow leader of the House of Commons
Heidi Alexander, shadow health secretary
Lucy Powell, shadow education secretary
Vernon Coaker, shadow Northern Island secretary
Ian Murray, shadow Scottish secretary - and Labour's only Scotland MP
Kerry McCarthy, shadow environment secretary
Seema Malhotra, shadow chief secretary to the Treasury
Lillian Greenwood, shadow transport secretary
Gloria de Piero, shadow minister for young people and voter registration
Karl Turner, shadow attorney-general
and the last person standing is????
I see the Stephen Kinnoch, Labour MP for Aberavon, son of the former Labour Party Leader, Neil Kinnoch and tribal Labour to the core has joined the call for Corbyn to step down (or be sacked). He said that with Corbyn at the helm Labour was likely to lose somewhere between 30 and 60 seats come the next election. Who am I to disagree with a Labour Party insider.