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The Labour Party Turmoil continues as different MPS continue to hand in their resignation. Jeremy Corbyn has remained defiant over calls for him to step down like Mr. David Cameron did. Chances are a vote of no confidence may be requested.

Some of the causes of the Labour Party Turmoil is the desire to have a leader who can win. Most of the members are of the opinion that Corbyn is not the right candidate considering his lackluster Remain campaign.

Names of Resigned MPS due to Labour Party Turmoil

Here are the names of the MPS who have already handed in their resignation. We will continually update the list as changes happen.

  1. Hilary Benn, shadow foreign secretary (sacked)
  2. Lucy Powell, shadow education secretary
  3. Kerry McCarthy, shadow environment secretary
  4. Karl Turner, shadow attorney general
  5. Ian Murray, shadow Scottish secretary
  6. Lilian Greenwood, shadow transport secretary
  7. Seema Malhotra, shadow chief secretary to the Treasury
  8. Heidi Alexander, shadow health secretary
  9. Vernon Coaker, shadow Northern Ireland secretary
  10. Lord Falconer, shadow justice secretary
  11. Gloria de Piero, shadow minister for young people and voter registration
  12. Steve Reed, shadow minister for local government
  13. Chris Bryant, shadow Commons leader
  14. Diana Johnson, shadow foreign minister
  15. Stephen Kinnock, parliamentary private secretary to Angela Eagle
  16. Toby Perkins, shadow defence minister
  17. Anna Turley, shadow civil society minister
  18. Jenny Chapman, shadown education minister
  19. Chris Matheson, parliamentary private secretary on the shadow justice team
  20. Wayne David, shadow minister for cabinet office, Scotland and justice
  21. Roberta Blackman-Woods, shadow housing minister
  22. Ruth Smeeth, shadow minister for natural environment
  23. Alex Cunningham, shadow minister for natural environment
  24. Neil Coyle, PPS to shadow leader of the house
  25. Yvonne Fovargue, shadow consumer affairs minister
  26. Angela Eagle, shadow first secretary of state and shadow business secretary
  27. Jess Phillips, PPS to Education
  28. Kate Green, shadow women and equalities minister
  29. Nick Thomas-Symonds, shadow employment minister
  30. Nia Griffith, shadow Welsh secretary
  31. Susan Elan Jones, shadow deputy Wales minister
  32. Lisa Nandy, shadow energy minister
  33. Maria Eagle, shadow culture secretary
  34. John Healey, shadow housing minister
  35. Owen Smith, shadow work and pensions secretary
  36. Thangam Debbonaire, shadow culture minister
  37. Matthew Pennycook, shadow housing team
  38. Luciana Berger, shadow minister for mental health
  39. Colleen Fletcher, PPS at DEFRA
  40. Keir Starmer, shadow minister for the home office
  41. Nick Thomas-Symonds, shadow minister for work and pensions
  42. Steve Bassam, Labour lords chief whip
Names of Resigned MPS due to Labour Party Turmoil

It remains to be seen whether Jeremy Corbyn will be able to cool the Labour Party Turmoil that is threatening his ambitions.

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