Less than 48 hours into Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, Labour MPs are having to plead with members not to leave the party.
Wes Streeting, Labour's MP for Ilford North, told Kirstin that "it's your party, too."
Jess Phillips, Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley, told Kirstin to "please hang in there."
After Corbyn was announced the party's new leader yesterday, others started apologising to their MPs. "Sorry JR."
Like Streeting and Phillips, the MP for Stalybridge didn't support Corbyn's campaign but insisted that it was worth staying a party member if you trusted your local MP.
Richard Wilson, who was a candidate for the party, also said before the result was announced that his years campaigning for Labour may end if Corbyn was named leader.
Labour MP Toby Perkins said simply: "Don't give up comrade."
But it's not all bad for Labour MPs. At least former Liverpool FC man Stan Collymore rejoined the Labour party after Corbyn was named leader.
Siraj Datoo is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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