Things have been moving fast in some ways since Friday morning newscasters announced that a majority in the UK had voted to leave the European Union.
It may look as if nothing has really happened but leaving the EU would never be instantly achievable.
Overnight Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn sacked his foreign secretary Hilary Benn sending him to the backbenches but plots and coups are crossing the two main political parties.
It shows how self-indulgent both the Tories and Labour have become.
Here is a round up of recent developments:
They claim a General Election is likely and that he is unable to lead Labour to victory but local election results do not support that view.
Perhaps some Labour leading lights prefer the politics of old new Labour abhorred by many voters.
As expected the mainstream media blamed Mr Corbyn somehow for the OUT vote though it was a tory-based referendum. Sadly some senior Labour politicians also blame Jeremy.
On rolling TV news Sunday Ben Bradshaw did as much though he did say the Labour IN campaign was not overall Corbyn's; after all it was Alan Johnson who ran that campaign.
So as the UK stands on the brink of uncertainty the two main political parties are opting for self-indulgent politics.
Cameron is ditching his responsibilities and the Tories are in disarray with accusations of election expense fiddling from 2015 still to play out; but in-fighting in the Labour party and attacks on Mr Corbyn are taking the heat from the Tories.
Expect this story to be updated throughout Sunday as an Eton Mess becomes something entirely different.
British political scene
The next General Election in the UK may not be scheduled any time soon but the British political landscape is changing. With that in mind this blog will concentrate on the political scene but with a left wing perspective. Opinion pieces and news will bring you the stories that the MSM prefer to ignore.