The Labour party is in crisis, we don't seem to have a government and the economy is tanking - but don't worry, because Twitter is hilarious right now.
Jeremy Corbyn has unveiled his new Shadow Scottish Secretary. pic.twitter.com/MVSpnc5ipW
-- Stephen Daisley (@JournoStephen) June 27, 2016
Since Hilary Benn was sacked in the middle of Saturday night, more than a dozen MPs have resigned from Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet.
With news of even more resignations still coming in, Twitter joked that Corbyn would soon have to form the official opposition alone.
Corbyn unveils new shadow minister for agriculture. pic.twitter.com/CDQwaPdfMw
-- (((Ern Malley))) (@trewloy) June 27, 2016
-- anya (@anyabike) June 27, 2016
Resigning MPs criticised Corbyn for a lacklustre referendum campaign, saying he could no longer be Labour leader.
Chris Bryant, former shadow leader of the House of Commons, wrote to Corbyn: "Your ambivalent attitude in the campaign was a betrayal of the Labour Party and the wider Labour movement and it has let down a whole generation of young people."
Awkwardly, Labour's only Scottish MP resigned as shadow Scottish secretary.
-- Peter Nimmo (@PeterNimmo1) June 27, 2016
-- ( ( ( Ant?) ) ) (@AntBreach) June 27, 2016
Corbyn's new shadow cabinet is being filled with allies - Labour's leader, shadow chancellor, foreign secretary and defence secretary now all back scrapping Trident.
Many of the new recruits to the shadow cabinet are enjoying swifter than usual job promotions in Parliament, having only become MPs in 2015.
But it seems like there are more resignations to come, and if the Labour leader runs out of MPs to replace them with, maybe we really will see a shadow cabinet full of Corbyns.