Errrr, I'm not sure that I understand your interpretation of the situation if you're talking about Labour, clueless The Labour Party MP's were voted in by the all the Labour voters in the UK [just under 10,000, 000], whereas Jeremy Corbyn was voted in by the Labour Party with a membership of around 270, 000. So the Labour Mp's that have resigned from the Shadow Cabinet have done so because they recognise that there will be no chance of the Labour Party winning the next General Election with Corbyn as Leader. I don't think there are many Labour voters who would vote for him should the occasion arise. I've voted Labour throughout my Life, but there is no circumstance where I could vote Labour with a man who reminds me of Steptoe. So, to me, those MP's have put their Country and Party first by choosing not to be hypocritical by staying in the Shadow Cabinet and resigning. They haven't said "not my problem, Pal", what they have said is "There's a major problem here, our Leader is not fit for purpose". The MP's who've resigned are just highlighting the downslide the Labour Party is in and, to me, have taken the right action.