Two more West Midlands MP's have resigned from the Shadow Cabinet in protest over Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
Jack Dromey MP for Birmingham Erdington has resigned as Shadow Policing Minister as he believes the Labour party 'cannot fight back and win' with Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Meanwhile, Richard Burden MP for Birmingham Northfield has resigned as Shadow Transport Minister.
Mr Burden said in his resignation letter: "I honestly believe that for you to respond by digging yourself deeper into your trench is just going to make a bad situation worse, regardless of how many troops in the broader Party you believe will go over the top for you."
Toby Perkins, the MP for Chesterfield, has resigned as shadow armed forces minister saying the Labour Party "needs a change at the top".
He said he will stand for leader again if a fresh contest is held amid growing calls for him to stand down within the party.
Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson was enjoying a silent disco at Glastonbury Festival as the party leadership became embroiled in civil war.