Opinion: Monday morning Labour resignations continue.
The timing of a well-planned and coordinated Labour coup is appalling.
But it seems having waited since Corbyn was elected September 12, 2015, for a perfect time to try to oust Corbyn MPs believe now is the time.
The Tory Party are in dissarray, their leader has resigned, the fall out from the European Referendum continues but Labour opt to fight each other.
Monday the Tory Cabinet met behind closed doors. They continue to show party unity. They know the country is in a precarious position with some people feeling vulnerable and they know the world is watching.
They left the cabinet meeting in a calm and dignified manner.
They have been advised well.
Their actions make Labour look like a rabble.
Labour MPs are using social and mainstream media to coordinate their resignations hoping to force Jeremy Corbyn to resign.
Some of the usual suspects, those who were quick to dump Ed Miliband in 2015 and showed a phoney hand to Gordon Brown, are working hard to oust Corbyn.
Many of them do not want to be party leader and can you blame them?
At time of writing Mr Corbyn has said he is going nowhere.
But as more and more Labour MPs resign his position will soon be untenable.
Their aim is to withdraw goodwill, sit on the backbenches, do little, watch Corbyn fall and still take their fat salary and extras from posting in the mainstream media and more.
Caring, compassionate socialists to the end.
The likes of John Woodcock claim that Corbyn does not have broad appeal. He too is using social media to undermine Corbyn's leadership. When I asked him politely about this on Twitter Sunday he blocked me. I tweeted him that I am a 64 year old woman who lives in the North of England and hails from working class stock-just the sort of person he claims Corbyn does not appeal to.
But the die is cast and all he could do was block me.
The aim of these MPs is to oust Jeremy Corbyn and replace him with a right-wing of Labour leader and cabinet.
A few names such as Lisa Nandy, Steven Kinnock and Dan Jarvis are in the mix.
None appeal to me.
Labour's Deputy leader Tom Watson as predicted on Twitter Sunday night by those being fed information from the plotters is looking to step in as temporary party leader until a new leader is elected.
They are hoping to prevent Mr Corbyn standing for election again.
Here are a few points worth noting
This morning as I write a key player in the shadow Cabinet Angela Eagle has tendered her resignation.
I wrote to my MP Alan Johnson Friday as news of a coup spread but he has yet to reply. His silence could be telling.
More resignations will follow but will one be from Jeremy Corbyn?